Lori came out of the womb crafting. Through the years, she tried her hand at ceramics, floral arranging, tole painting, and countless other things before finally settling on jewelry after seeing dichroic glass jewelry at an art fair. She took a beginning fusing class, and her love of jewelry-making snowballed from there.
Moving into bead-stringing and cold-connection metal work, her designs are diverse and ever-changing. Lori loves to discover new mediums and components and incorporate them into her jewelry making styles to fit every personality. Lori is excited to be accepted as a teacher at the Bead&Button Show.