What got me interested in ketubah design? I've always created art, from painting to ceramics to printmaking, and I've studied at art and design schools in the US and the UK. While in Israel on a Dorot Fellowship, I became interested in the global history and ritual significance of Jewish material culture. With ketubah design, I found that I could combine my eye for intricate pattern and vibrant colors with spiritually-infused imagery. I love working with couples to create a depiction of their love and commitment that they'll cherish and pass on to future generations. After years of designing for clients and friends, I worked with my husband to design ourown ketubah. I am also an independent journalist, a mural designer, and I teach sustainability at UC Berkeley Extension and the California Institute of Integral Studies.