Audry Herber uses many traditional metalsmithing techniques such as open die formation, chasing and repousse, anticlastic raising, and other fabrication techniques when creating jewelry, hollowware, sculpture and toys. Her current work is exploring digital imaging and filmmaking. She draws directly on film which is then digitized. It is then edited, incorporating images of metal fabricated art objects. The film stock is then cut up and used in jewelry pieces and other objects. The digital files are outputted into one-to-three minute films.