About the Artist

FoxTrot is the one-woman operation of a self-taught silversmith hailing from the Atlantic, transplanted to the heart of Texas. 

Though I had originally dabbled in wire-wrapping, I decided to pursue metalworking as a way to create more intricate designs and longer lasting  pieces. These pieces can function both as symbols to tell a story and as a wearable totem of protection, harnessing the conductivity of the metal to transfer the healing properties of stone and animal. 

 Vending at the Full Moon Witches Market at the Buzzmill in Austin Tx.

Vending at the Full Moon Witches Market at the Buzzmill in Austin Tx.

   The owner of Foxtrot styling a model for a photoshoot

The owner of Foxtrot styling a model for a photoshoot

 Working in the studio, hand stamping a custom piece of jewelry.  

Working in the studio, hand stamping a custom piece of jewelry.  

 Annealing a piece of Sterling Silver for the Huntress Cuff

Annealing a piece of Sterling Silver for the Huntress Cuff

Materials and Process

At FoxTrot the majority of the silver we use is from recycled sources. 

All animal byproducts were collected from naturally-deceased animals and hand-processed in our studios. Chemicals used include peroxide, vinegar, and natural decay depending on the item.

All stones used in our jewelry have been charged overnight underneath a full moon.

Every attempt has been made to avoid usage of synthetic caustic chemicals in favor of environmentally-conscious solutions.