Samantha Freeman designs and handcrafts distinctive jewelry from sterling silver, 18K gold, and anodized aluminum. Many designs contain semi-precious gemstones such as amethyst, peridot, garnet, and citrine, as well as other natural elements, such as coral and shells.
Educated first as a biochemist, Freeman soon transferred to Parsons School of Design to pursue a career in jewelry making. Her work is a synthesis of nature and high technology. Freeman's timeless designs use line, color, shape, and pattern in imaginative and inspiring ways. All of her pieces are made entirely by hand using a wide variety of skills and techniques.
"My work combines classical yet innovative design with old-world craftsmanship to create beautiful pieces that will last for generations."