Commissioning Process

Having a client commission a piece of jewellery from me is always an interesting and fulfilling project. It is invariably a two-way process and can take weeks or months to come to fruition (usually the latter). This ring in 18ct yellow and white golds with rubies and a brilliant cut diamond was the first piece that this client purchased from me. Inspired by my Cardinal Points collection the ring started life as pieces of well loved and worn out jewellery which need a new lease of life. My client studied my work and together we designed and developed this one-off ring. If you would like to commission a piece of jewellery using your own gold or gems or working from scratch feel free to contact me.

What Does That Do?

I’ve made my first short film for Cockpit Arts Festival of Making. Although the studios are open for makers, we’re not open to the public.

People often ask me  at Open Studios ‘what does that do?’  whilst pointing at a particular piece of jewellery equipment.   So armed with my camera phone and gaffer tape I am putting together two short films for Cockpit Arts Festival of Making.  Entitled… ‘What does that do?’  It’s up on You Tube and you can watch it here let me know what you think!

Cockpit Winter Open Studios

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Cockpit Arts is throwing open the doors for its celebrated Winter Open Studios.  It’s an exclusive chance to buy direct from over 140 of the best craftspeople in London! 

I will be exhibiting at both Holborn and Deptford. Studio W9 at Holborn and then back in my studio 302 in Deptford.

Holborn 29 November – 1 December
Deptford 6 – 8 December
Fridays 11 – 8,  Saturday & Sundays 11 – 6

Goldsmiths Fair 2019

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I’ll be back at Goldsmiths Fair next week.

Visit me on Stand 20 from 1st – 6th October,
where I’ll be showing a selection of new work
in beautiful surroundings.

Home Taping is Killing Music

Picture of necklaceNorwegian Crafts is hosting a lecture in Trondheim: Crafting Utopia & Dystopia: Future of Crafts in Museums. I will be participating in a performative seminar with my punk band and dressed in my new piece ‘Home Taping is Killing Music.’ http://www.norwegiancrafts.no/projects/crafting-utopia-and-dystopia-futures-of-crafts-in-museums

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