It happened in 1999.
A friend of mine asked my opinion on the jewelry design, that he was making.
I suggested my vision and in the end we completely redesigned the ring.
I was really excited to see the result of our painstaking, difficult but fascinating work.
At that moment I very clearly understood that jewelry was exactly the thing I was unconsciously searching for, for so many years.
In the same year I completed a wax model making class and got my first experience in engraving and stone setting.
I remember the feeling of passion when I built my first 3D model in JewelCAD and grew it by myself on one of the first 3D printers from SOLIDSCAPE. That was incredible!
And the feeling of excitement that came with understanding that modern computer technology is coming into the world of jewelry making. I was happy to be one of the first few to work with it.