My finished petal necklace with some magnolias, that I had to risk life and limb to gather from an upstairs bedroom window.
Taking my inspiration from the delicate shape of petals.
Taking a trip down memory lane to visit my old house in Islington.
Meet Fudge, he’s @caagallery’s cockapoo so he gets to see quite a bit of jewellery and thought it would be more fun to head into my workshop to check out my drawers instead.
Wearing an emerald is believed to help reveal the truth.
I’ve been really enjoying theming my Instagram account around the monthly birthstone colour. Green will always be special to me and it is so fitting that May’s birthstone is green with all of the new Spring growth around us.
Here’s the finished 9-pod charm necklace. It proved tricky to get the pods to sit in perfect formation but I got there in the end!
Working on a design inspired by pods
One of my all time favourite facades – tucked away in a corner of Islington.
Gill Wing was the first gallery that sold my work after I graduated from the @royalcollegeofart. Gill first found me through the Chelsea Crafts Fair and came to visit me in my Clerkenwell studio. The team at Gill Wing have always been so kind and welcoming. Here I am with the lovely Sarah who manages the shop.