“Perfume is liquid emotion. A great perfume is a work of art. It is silent poetry, invisible body language. It can lift our days , haunt our nights and create the milestones of our memories.” (Michael Edwards, Fragrances of the World, 2000)

I practice the art of perfuming the ancient way, ie. no synthetics.  This process is facilitated by my study of music, particularly opera.  This language also achieves the status of the above quote.  Music speaks to our souls, just like Perfume.  It pleases me to no end, that I can combine the two, into something more than they would be on their own.

I’m so grateful that you stopped by.

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