You know what they say: the daughter of a silversmith never strays far from the forge. (What? They don’t say that?) The somewhat-made-up adage certainly holds true for Amy, who decided to learn the art of metalsmithing from her father after a stint in the law field wearing suits and such. She found an innate love for the process of cooling and heating, hammering and bending metals—and trying to wrap her head around the all-important changes happening in the molecules of the metal. Her own unique line of jewelry is sometimes rough and organic, sometimes polished and feminine—but never, ever boring.