I had the pleasure of meeting Bridgette yesterday at the Museum of Art and Design, and she suggested that we be in touch, so I was pleased to see your friend request this morning. I am familiar with your work from the Vexler Gallery exhibit during last year's SNAG conference, and am impressed with your ability to design such complex forms digitally! I would love to learn more about you and your working style.
Are you in NYC? Would you like to get coffee sometime soon? Are you attending the SNAGgle tooth conference?
hey anthony! that's great you're multimedia blogging the conference; i love blogging conferences for the sake of the larger metals audience since it gives you the go-ahead to really approach people, snap their photo and sit up front! i'll be watching your blog since i'll miss this conference. see you next year in seattle!
Hi Anthony. I didn't realize the ICFF was this week. I've always wanted to see it. I tried to check registration on their site, but they are only accepting in person registration at this late date. What do you need to get in on Monday? How much of a "design professional" do you have to be? I'm toying with taking the train up from Philly for the day.
Hi Anthony! This whole crafthaus thing is new to me and I just now saw your comment for the first time! I must say this site is pretty cool.
I just got an internship with a jeweler and what he has been really pushing with me is CAD! He said if I want to be successful as a jeweler I should keep practicing CAD. So you might be hearing from me with random questions every now and then if that's cool. :)
I hope all is well. Thanks for being such an awesome (and very patient) teacher. Talk to you soon!
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We are currently streamlining our pages at the moment and have found that fewer people are now following and using twitter and crafthaus to find out about jewellery events, exhibitions,…"