I set up my workshop in 2002 after finishing my degree and post graduate course in jewellery at Edinburgh College Of Art.  Since then I have exhibited internationally, taken part in various shows, and worked to commission. 

Colour is an essential element in my work.   Working with resin I create my own colour palette by mixing pigments.  Depending on the collection I'm working on I can create a bold, clashing palette, or a softer, sophisticated palette .  Layering translucent resin over opaque helps achieve a richer finish and a wider colour range too.  By patterning either one or both layers I can produce diverse effects.

 I want the wearer to enjoy wearing my jewellery and appreciate the little extra details I incorporate.  For instance some pieces are reversible for an added surprise.  Others have magnets set within which allows bangles to stick together in sets, or ring tops to be swapped.  Mis-matching is another strong element of my jewellery, adding to the unique feeling of my pieces.