Designer + Founder of A+T
“I absolutely love to adorn people in beautiful pieces embedded with deep personal meaning. On the daily, you can find me designing one-of-a-kind jewelry, finding new work to fill our gorgeous studio, treasure hunting, and hand-selecting gorgeous fair-trade gemstones.
When I am not running this stylish weird little jewel box, you can find me; making fine art, being a world-class meme dealer, a dog mom, seeking to utilize my gifts and platform to love God and others well through industry equity work.....and when the day is done narcotizing myself to the Housewives on Bravo”
Graphic Designer + Buyer
“As the graphic designer and buyer A+T, I build and expand our brand through image development. When I am not doing that you can find me traveling to treasure hunt the best in artist made jewelry. My days off are spent designing and re-working my wardrobe, listening to a curated selection of disco hits, and raising my puppy Oliver.
"Having a background in the beauty industry, I have always loved working with people and making them feel their best. As the manager of A+T, I'm here to help adorn you in beautiful jewels that make you feel fabulous! I also love to help out behind the scene - especially curating the Instagram & sourcing gemstones for Viviana's custom designs. When I'm not at the jewel box, you can find me binge watching the latest Netflix series, obsessing over my dogs, & attempting to learn how to cook from my chef hubby."
"I truly believe that good design makes the world a better place; that is what attracted me to Adornment and Theory years before I even moved to Chicago. Seeking Inspiration and resources for my own jewelry company, I ended up in Chicago in the fall of 2022 and joined the Adornment and Theory family soon after. I am a jewelry designer and metalsmith in my own right but at Adornment and Theory I manage production and help with sales. When I'm not at this wonderful little jewel box, you can find me experimenting in my studio, holed away in a bookstore, or building community and breaking bread with those around me."