In Site is an exhibition of jewelry that initiates curiosity through the rediscovery of lost objects and the relationship to the spaces we move through the objects that occupy them. This project began from noticing a fixation on immediacy and efficiency which lessens our opportunities to appreciate the beauty in mundane experiences. As our society becomes more materialistic, we become more detached. This body of work aims to refocus our attention on the details of our surroundings by using lost or discarded objects to call attention to the intricacies and wonder present in our daily life. The collection of necklaces, pendants, and brooches in this series incorporate the forgotten fragments that are found in the cracks and crevasses of my commute. Pieces of lost objects, once desired for their aesthetic and/or function, are transformed and combined with surfaces and forms associated with conventional jewelry and placed back into the world by the body through wearing. In Site is divided into three collections: Noticed, Objects of Desire, and Abundance. Noticed consists of necklaces larger in scale placing focus on the parts of the found object that directly interact with the body, crafting an intimate and tactile experience. Objects of Desire is a group of brooches and pendants that call the viewer to look closer – using a visual and jewelry language of perceived value that creates desire. Abundance is a collection of link necklaces that reference both industrial and commercial jewelry chains made from an overabundance of one object found many times in different areas. Invested labor and a technical jeweler skillset create a transformational repair that saves these found fragments from the landfill. In my process of altering the found, I aim to communicate my newfound understanding of the objects that surround us in a new way that is translated to the viewer/wearer.