It all started when I was a child. I have always felt drawn to activities that activate concentration on small details rather than on the immensity. I enjoy the ritual of being immersed in a big world and focusing on the smallest parts of it. The sea has always been a mystery to me, an unknown world, a representation of a life that exists. I believe that waves helps us get an idea of what makes up its nature.For me, the shells were like little houses for living creatures. A nostalgic representation of life from another world, in ours. That is a treasure for me.Usually, we pay more attention and feel drawn to history and its structures, that is, buildings, objects, etc. That represents a time. For me, making an object out of a shell, creating a piece of jewellery is a way of honouring what it represented and changing the meaning to what it was when I found it. There is a story in every piece, we don’t know what it was, but we can acknowledge its existence and make it precious.