I’ve been making things for as long as I can remember. Jewelry, clothes, art, music, paintings. I never wanted to be anything other than an artist. I inherited a combination of art & commerce genes from my parents. Throughout my life, my father has been an entrepreneur. When my brothers and I were kids, his work saw him traveling through Europe much of the time. To keep the family close, we had a home in the south of France. My mother was an adventurer and art lover, and still is. Every morning she would put her kids in the car, point to a spot on the map, and off we would go. She was always interested in art and artists, and we’d often find ourselves in little villages meeting artists in their studios, hearing their stories and learning about their lives and work. Spending time with so many artists and seeing into their creative worlds taught me the importance of being curious, and that it was possible to make a fulfilling and prosperous life as an artist.
In 2015, Stephanie expanded her business with the launch of her first collection of limited edition textiles and handmade functional objet, which she happily refers to as “jewels” for home. “I’m very excited to broaden the creative output of my studio and venture into new categories of handmade luxury.”