Samantha combines classical yet innovative design with old world craftsmanship to make pieces that last for generations
Educated first as a biochemist, Samantha Freeman soon transferred to the Parsons School of Design to pursue a jewelry career. Inspired by the world beneath the waves on frequent scuba diving trips and the exotic cultures of any far away country, her jewelry is a synthesis of nature and high tech.
In her studio, she creates jewelry that is timeless. Materials used range from anodized aluminum, to sterling silver and 18k gold, and natural elements including various gem stones, coral and shells. All pieces are made entirely by hand using a wide variety of jewelry skills.
Classical yet innovative design is combined with old world craftsmanship to make pieces that last for generations. The giving and receiving of jewelry is not essential, but brings beauty and romance to life.