Jennifer Nally Triantafillou always had a passion for design. In the spring of 2013, she turned to jewelry making as a means to harness her creativity and to help counterbalance the day-to-day demands that come with motherhood. She began taking classes in simple beadwork and immediately became enamored with the process of experimentation with colors, patterns, and stones. The infinite possibilities of each project she undertook motivated her to develop her technique. What started out as a passing hobby, quickly developed into something much more.
She began to explore other methods of the craft such as beadweaving, metalsmithing, and enameling. As her tools and materials expanded, her pieces started to become more intricate and the designs more complex. It wasn’t long before family, friends and even strangers began taking notice and requesting her pieces.
Today, she continues her passion for jewelry making by creating one-of-a-kind handcrafted pieces she can share with others.