I have been making Jewellery since graduating from Birmingham School of Jewellery back in 1998.I have been fortunate enough to live and work on both sides of the planet and have travelled and seen many things. My love of the outdoors leads me to more rural places my life in the UK was spent mainly by the sea in Cornwall, but more recently into the mountains of Perthshire. My longest place of residence was New Zealand for ten years, where I saw and took an active part in recovering native gold with sluices and pans.My ethics and professional practice have been directly influenced by the people I have met, and the environments that have surrounded me.
I have an established business making ethical wedding and engagement rings , which I started a few years ago when I returned to the UK.More recently I have been able to have the time to start experimenting with a variety of techniques to create unique small batch and one of pieces of contemporary jewellery. Enamel and anodized aluminium , with 24ct gold and sterling silver along with found items from the beach, are all used in an exploration of surface pattern.
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