Almost everything Emma likes involves sitting behind a screen, which is why she decided to find one non-digital creative pursuit. So she started working under the Lorrainebrücke with saws, paint, and fire to create original wood objects for walls and shelves.

Each piece is one of a kind, embracing the unique irregularities of new and reclaimed materials. Her designs tend toward two distinct styles: clean, minimalist, and architectural, or colorful, playful, and whimsical. Both styles are clearly driven by her varied sources of inspiration, including a juxtaposing passion for cities and nature, food, photography, literature, and an intense curiosity about the world.

Originally from California, Emma has been based in Bern since 2013. She often collaborates with her partner, artist and designer phist (you should check out his work too).

View my shop for currently available art objects and watch Instagram for new release announcements. Find past work in my portfolio.

I accept commissions from CHF300.

If you’re a maker, let’s collaborate.