My work is underpinned by ethical making that considers process, business practices and use of materials. I work predominantly in Fairtrade and recycled metals paired with rock which is currently fueling an interest in Geology and the history of our Earth. Rocks hold great historical importance, they have been used to help us explore the evolution of our environment and living creatures. I source and collect my rocks throughout Scotland and transform them into jewellery and art objects sharing the connections to place and time. Each piece of jewellery or object is completely unique in its composition and form.
I use traditional stone cutting techniques with a contemporary aesthetic often with interchangeable elements that encourage the wearer to consider sustainable design. I also make use of the waste materials grinding them into pigments and embedding the offcuts in jesmonite.
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