Established in 2005, Sound Accessories is a unique accessories brand that produces the finest quality, visually artistic and culturally inspired couture accessories and designs.
She uses real bird feathers in her unique accessories. SoundChick Accessories include the Popular Chick Feather earrings and accessories made of dyed and Natural Peacock, Pheasant, and other exotic bird feathers.
By trade, she's a sound engineer and somebody on her team is a wordsmith. I love wordsmiths! While reviewing her website she used the words "iridescent" and "plethora." I love the word plethora!
The natural iridescent beauty and unique pattern in each feather intertwined with the vision of the designer introduces unconventional and culturally inspired use of color to the artistic, couture jewelry pieces.
The uniqueness of each feather makes each piece of jewelry one of a kind and timeless. Chick Feather earrings and accessories are available in customized pieces and can be set in the metal of your choice. Accents may include leather, gemstones, crystals and beads.
Check out this pair modeled by Chicago stand out comedian Vanessa Fraction.
SoundChick Feathers Accessories are available on line at www.soundchickaccessories.com.
Proprietor and Designer, Samantha Barrett-Rogers, is a 2001 Columbia College, Chicago graduate with a BA in Sound Engineering major and a minor in Graphic Design. Samantha has spanned the gamut of the media industry with experience in Television and Film Production, Graphic and Web Design, Event Production, Promotions, and PR.
Samantha designed Websites, Print Media, and Produced Launch Parties and Art Shows for her friends in the arts and in the entertainment business which helped to launch their aspiring and bright careers. Some of these artists include: Visual artist, Nathaniel M. Quinn, Comedian, Vanessa Fraction, and Country Soul Singer, Liz Toussaint.
Samantha discovered her talent for jewelry design quite by accident. Having lost one of her favorite pieces of jewelry, a pair of a Single Duck feather earrings she attempted to re-create them. From this experience, she became engulfed in the creative spirit.
Samantha began to design a plethora of feather accessories leading her to form her own company: SoundChickMedia.