A collector by nature, I draw inspiration from fragments, curiosities and hidden treasures. Fascinated by the minute and delicate, I use a variety of traditional and contemporary jewellery making techniques, combining precious, natural and vintage materials in a playful, asymmetric manner. From dainty studs to tumbling neckpieces, I enjoy creating intriguing, eclectic and feminine jewellery, inviting the wearer to explore the hidden narrative within each piece.

My current collection is inspired by the treasure hoarding habits of the bowerbird, and explores the deliberate contrast of materials, forms and colours through their placement. Hardwoods, vintage elements and semi-precious stones are scattered amongst a showcase of silver and 9carat gold, carefully arranged until a sense of harmony is achieved through their mismatching chaos. Piercing, riveting, stringing and setting are all techniques used within the collection.