As a child growing up in Paris I looked up to my aunts Michelle and Jo. Michelle for her 'make do and mend' attitude, and Jo for her quietly unconventional life as an artist living with her female partner Odette.
I was also inspired by my parents' strong work ethic, and looked up to my father who also studied in the UK.
With their support I was able to establish myself as a jewellery maker/designer in the UK.
I established my studio in 2005 after graduating from University of Brighton. I have exhibited my work globally including shows at Ateliers de Paris, Aaron Faber Gallery, New York and in the UK at Goldsmiths’ Fair and Dazzle exhibitions. Since 2009 I am a part of the vibrant community of makers at Cockpit Arts, London. In 2015 my work was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
Out of a respect for my materials and a lifelong love of working with metal, I am committed to making pieces of exquisite quality.
This focus on quality extends to my relationship with you; my client. Whether it's helping you to choose the right piece or getting the sizing just right, I am here for you.
As part of the bespoke designing process, I can work with you to realise your creative vision for your ideal piece.
I am now a Fairmined licensee, you can view designs in Fairmined silver and gold here. My pieces are made from recycled metals whenever possible.
All my jewellery is hand-made in the UK, using ethically sourced gemstones and practices. Please see individual products for details.
My interest in ethical materials extends to volunteering with Fair Luxury; an independent organisation championing ethical practice in jewellery.
Themes that my work draws on include nature and time. Wave forms, geological contour lines as well as the unseen spaces that exist within these forms often feature in my work.
A sense of fun and the unexpected always inspire me too.
Discover some of my creative process and interesting things that inspire my work in the Journal →