Kim immediately fell in love with jewelry making in second grade while putting together the paper clip Mother's Day project necklace. Since then, she has not stopped. Wanting to spread her love for art and crafting handmade objects, she teaches in several local jewelry studios and has been featured in many publications as well as on the PBS Beads and Baubles show. Making every piece and part allows for authenticity and control over every aspect of her work. "Being an avid yogi, I have discovered that single words, symbols or mantras have the power to change our perspective for a moment, a day or a lifetime. My line of jewelry embraces that power and celebrates life." Her intention is to create timeless jewelry and inspiration for the wearer in the hopes that they will also find joy, peace and contentment in the power of words.