life is complicated but creating jewellery is a simple pleasure.
i make each piece individually, using manual machine tools and hand-working wherever i can. I love working metal, and the intimate nature of the process lends a potency and depth to every ring, bracelet and necklace.
these tantalum rings, above, have a dark exterior lined with polished gold. tantalum is heavy and deep grey in colour, and has a strong, lush presence to it.
precision formed balls, in stainless steel, silicon nitride, and synthetic ruby, are used in these rings and bracelets that i turn from blocks of stainless steel, titanium, or rough castings in gold. these moving rings become playful moving machines, amulets to help you slip smoothly through the most difficult of days.
cut laboriously by hand from stainless steel and titanium tubing, and sometimes gold, wood, or plastic, these flexible necklaces and bracelets are made of connected sets of freely moving universal joints.
i also make rings and bracelets with springs of gold or chrome, to snap shut across your wrist, or to gently slip your finger in as they open up.
created from aligned profiles, these chains of repeated slices of steel, titanium, or laminated wood, are strung on fine cable or superelastic wire. dramatic pieces that move sinuously around your wrist or neck.