First metal project 

In 2008, Tear Drop was created in beginning metals class at Long Beach City College with Michael Dale Bernard (MDB, woot-woot!). This class made me fell in love working with metals and jewelry, so I changed my major from criminal justice to B.F.A. in Metals & Jewelry. There I studied/created works under the provisions of Susanna Speirs, Michael Dale Bernard and April Kawaoka. The awesome trio whom I admire a lot, I owe them a lot for supporting me throughout the years. Thank you!
Tear Drop 2008

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