My work is inspired by contemporary Japanese architecture that is modernist and geometric in style. Fusing 3d computer technology with traditional gold-smithing skills enables me to produce geometric shapes that are hand-finished to create a range of contemporary geometric jewellery. Each piece encapsulates the simplicity of the line.
Prior to my jewellery career I previously worked for 15 years in Human Resources for a major publishing company. Wanting to make use of my creative skills, I decided to embark on a career change and studied for 3 years at Buckinghamshire New University for my BA (Hons) Jewellery Degree and I graduated in 2010.
Since graduating in 2010 I have established my workshop in Oxfordshire and will be show-casing my work in the Newcomer’s Gallery at this year’s British Craft Trade Festival in Harrogate.