Strong women have shaped and influenced me, ever since growing up in Paris.
I always 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.
Meanwhile my mother Katie was an intrepid journalist; seeking out women's stories across global cultures.
Each in their own way were ahead of their time - they inspired me to pursue my dream of being 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.