I make jewellery that is modern and understated, inspired by the rhythmic systems found in nature such as reflections and shadows on water. Simple, sharp geometric silver shapes contrast with gold accents that repeat into patterns, whilst polished surfaces complement with matt to emphasize forms and give them life.

My work is infused with influences from the places where I have lived; the stark sun and shadow of the Bahamas; gleaming metallic skyscrapers of New York and the changing patterns in the night sky over Egypt. I thrive on the technical challenge of making and problem solving, engineering in miniature.

I trained at the Central School of Art and Design and my work has sold in museums and galleries in the US and Japan including the Guggenheim Museum of Art, MOMA San Francisco and in numerous boutique shops in Manhattan where I lived for 6 years in the early 2000’s.

All my jewellery is made by hand in the UK and is finished to the highest standards of craftsmanship.  I use recycled silver and gold when possible and source all my gems and diamonds ethically.