The ethics of jewellery-making: small steps & determination

July 20, 2017

Choosing carefully how to spend your money can have a  positive impact on the world. As a consumer, your money is your voice – What will you say with it? In the case of jewellery, you might choose to buy from an independent designer-maker instead of a high street store. Or perhaps it’s not about… Read more »

6 Reasons to visit Deptford this June

June 1, 2017

Cockpit Arts open studios & My favourite foodie hotspots     Cockpit Arts Deptford is buzzing with activity in preparation for our upcoming Open Studios – These will run 16-18 June 2017, with a late night opening on the Friday night. All 3 floors of the building come alive, with makers opening up their workspaces… Read more »

LOOT exhibition and New York impressions

May 11, 2017

Creativity-filled fundraiser I was thrilled to be a part of ‘LOOT: MAD About Jewelry’, the prestigious yearly showcase of artist-made jewellery at the Museum of Arts and Design. Curator Bryna Pomp is a real champion of art jewellery and travels year-round all over the globe to find jewellers for the show: This year there were… Read more »

Featured Commission: A Striking Moonstone Ring

May 4, 2017

This project started at the Goldsmiths’ Fair, where the client saw the pair of rings pictured below. The rings feature large Chrysophase and Moonstone cabochons, set in 18ct gold and placed to one side of a statement wide band with carved dynamic lines. The client was interested in creating a custom-made ring using a similar… Read more »