Inspired by landscapes and seascapes, natural objects and ancient jewellery I aim to evoke a sense of ancestry in something contemporary and wearable.
Alongside making I take photographs of all kinds of things that catch my eye... shapes, textures, patterns, elements of which
often present themselves within my jewellery.
I make a lot of one-off pieces, but items that are the 'same' are also unique. No two pieces are ever identical.
I use various techniques and processes, vitreous enamels and the versatile effects of the flame, working from my studio in a grade II listed former cotton mill.