Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
Also, I really love earrings. Big love. Big. If you hang around, you'll probably see a lot of them.
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I do some birth work when I’m not in the art studio. Below The Line Birth Services – birth and postpartum doula support in Los Angeles. I specialize in non-traditional families and schedules, artists, folks who work in the entertainment and music industries. Because the last thing you need when you are having a baby is judgment about your life choices.
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Author Archives: Maia Rainwood
Love me some Kelly Diels. Her writing about FLEB (Female Lifestyle Empowerment Brand) tactics and nastiness were instrumental in identifying and then breaking free of some negative things in my own life. Today’s piece for Medium definitely pinged me on … Continue reading
…and that’s basically just fine. There comes a point in every artist’s life when you’ve been doing something for a while and you develop a certain mastery over your craft. It feels effortless (or at least, you don’t have to think … Continue reading
And maybe still working out some stuff around previous-doula-org, too. “Knowledge without mileage equals bullshit.” – Henry Rollins The other day I was talking about raising my prices as a jewelry designer and metalsmith. Today I’m going to talk about dropping my … Continue reading
The Etsy store is open again while I finish the new website/shop which will (hopefully, fingers crossed) be live sometime in June… Slowly, slowly, it’s filling back up.
Prices. A thing we wrestle with. But it is important, so wrestle and above all charge what you’re worth.
Pricing has always been one of the things I’ve always struggled with as a designer. Believe it or not, it can feel really hard to charge money for your work. To ask people to pay you what something is really … Continue reading