I fell in love with jewellery at a young age, visiting Catherine Best’s Jewellers with my grandparents in Jersey. I would stare at the jewellery’s intricate designs and would be fascinated looking into the workshop where people were creating the pieces. I started making jewellery myself when I was 13 and took courses in casting, stone setting and silver manipulation. After realising I wanted a career in jewellery design and making I created my own workshop at home in which I was fortunate enough to have had a range of paid commission requests from family and friends which helped me hone my skills.
I have been creating and experimenting with my own work ever since, eventually after attending university at BCU I decided to start my own jewellery business that is eco-friendly and celebrates the best parts of life through beautiful unique pieces of jewellery.
The message I want to send with my jewellery is to appreciate the small details in life.
I enjoy anything art based from jewellery making to photography and when starting my brand I created all my branding myself and was very hands on in every aspect of my business.