Saturday Gems

It’s been a busy week both in and out of the studio as I work on the initial design stages of the gold project. I’ve found myself up at the cliffs shooting rugged rock landscape photographs, indulging in midnight drawing sessions, gemstone sourcing, and catching up with my favourite designers.

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How I became a Jewellery Designer

 

I first started out as a jewellery designer when I was fourteen years old. Sitting in the art room I would spend hours drawing reflections in glass, obsessing delicately over light and shade, finding shapes within shapes and building a tiny empire on paper. The depth of detail captured me, and pulled me to draw these details and lines out of the paper and into a physical object that I would treasure.

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