jewelry article

I ended up in... China

Somehow, I ended up in Q Daily, the online Chinese magazine focusing on emerging technology and new design trends. 
If you are wondering what the text says at the beginning... it's something like: 

"As the chairman of the Los Angeles nonprofit Ocean Conservation Society, Dr. Maddalena Bearzi, an Italian marine biologist, often travels to see her animal friends. Using marine ecology as a source of inspiration, she began to recover metal, old jewelry and stone to create unique marine pieces. If you are interested in wearing the underwater world, you can view her work here."

If you rather read it in Chinese, here is the article!

How do I stay inspired?

"How do you stay inspired?" This is one of the questions that Brett from IAMTHELAB asked me during an interview about my jewelry work. My answer was: "All my pieces are inspired by the natural world and I find sources of creativity everywhere around me. I don’t need to go hiking or be out at sea with large whales to let my imagination go wild. I can just walk my dog near my home in Los Angeles and find inspiration in a piece of bark coming off a tree, a dead leaf on the ground or a lizard “sunbathing” on a rock." Interested in seeing some pics and read the full interview? Just click here.

An  interview  with IAMTHELAB about my handmade, one-of-a-kind jewelry and my life as a scientist

An interview with IAMTHELAB about my handmade, one-of-a-kind jewelry and my life as a scientist