Since the age of 14, Tiffany has been making her own clothing and jewelry. After graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and interning in Hollywood with renowned photographer, David LaChapelle, Tiffany moved to New York City. During her first years in the city, she learned from design teams partnered with Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie, and also hand embroidered samples for Ralph Lauren.
Tiffany launched her first jewelry line in 2010 and received a tremendous response from top fashion editors and stylists. Her work has been featured on Vogue.com, Cosmopolitan, Lucky, "Dancing with the Stars", “American Idol” and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition just to name a few. Tiffany's jewelry has been worn by celebrities such as Selena Gomez, Maria Sharapova, and Kristin Cavallari.
In 2019 Tiffany moved home to Maui, Hawaii to become primary caregiver to her brother Christian, who was diagnosed with autism at 5 years old. Inspired by her brother's interest in jewelry and wanting to help him find a job, Tiffany created Depo Market, a retail business that provides jobs to other adults with disabilities like Chris.
Depo Market wasn't Tiffany's first venture into helping people like her brother. In high school she co-founded The Dancing Palette Project, a non-profit that paired high school students with students with special needs to do art and dance on the weekends. She wrote a grant to provide funding for the program and went on to win the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
While living in New York Tiffany was a paratriathlon guide for Achilles International for many years and considers the memories and connections she made to be some of the most important of her life.