Cerritos native has become one of the most notable builders in the Vape industry that has caught our eye in the past few months. She has a sense of her own style that you can see in her intricate builds and how she weaves herself throughout her clean, simple and classy Instagram page. She has taken her work to becoming more than just a builder but a true artisan at her craft. Do her pieces perform as beautiful as they look? We asked @wiretheory a few questions below so that you can find out for yourself.
Coils can be bought at cons (conventions) and will be available soon with an arty purchase from www.wiretheory.com
2. Where do you frequent and how can we get a build from you?
I go to many vape events locally...and can be found building there. I also love to teach and am always looking for shops/places to host. I build anywhere...a lot at my local Starbucks ? Don't really have a home shop so yeah
3. How did you get into coil building?
ACCIDENT! I was a carto and tank girl ? What finally pushed me over to the dark side was when I ordered an Origen. I received in mail and was like wtf??? so diff. Had in my purse and was with my brother (owns a shop) when he was picking up an order from a distro/shop - the builder there turned out to LOVE the Origen. He showed me which parts were what and offered to build it for me. I watched and got intrigued. Started surfing ig at my brothers insistence and then started building.
4. You have taken it beyond just making coils and transitioned it into your art; does it perform as beautiful as it look?
All of my builds are vapable. All are enjoyable, but there are a few of my faves that perform amazingly well (teehee, my stapled ribbon helix is a winner for sure!).
5. What inspires you?
The community. I get a lot of inspiration from other builders and the encouragement from them as well pushes me to continue with my passion. I suppose that being the minority (a girl builder) could have a tiny bit of influence too...girls can do it just as well, if not better than boys can ?