In the artist's own words, "Jewelry has been a way for me to express myself for as long as I can remember. I design work that makes a statement-pieces that feel brave and compliment the natural style and personality of the wearer. We use jewelry and adornment to define ourselves, to make statements, to celebrate, to connect, and to ward off the unwanted. Adornments are personal, intimate, and powerful. I enjoy the compact scale of jewelry and it’s ability to contain volumes."
As for her business name, Kayti reveals, "The Silverworks was named for the three “flames“ of Brigid, a goddess of my Celtic ancestors. She commands the flames of the smith's forge, the hearth fire (family, love, and connection) and the spark of poetic inspiration- all fuel for the metalsmith. Brigid has survived the centuries as a symbol of strength, creativity, craftsmanship, and purpose. All values I hope come through in my work."