My Jewellery has been exhibited around the world in a variety of museums, galleries and exhibitions. One large necklace has been acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA.
Podium Neckwreath Gold
Originally purchased by Tuan Lee in 2007, it was acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts Boston in 2018
Made from titanium, epoxy resin, silver leaf and acetate it features a photo-inlay technique I developed myself
Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art. British Museum
Shunga cuff bracelet and necklace and “The Flowing Kimono” neck or back piece: In 2013-2014 I was commissioned by the British Museum to design a collection to accompany their exhibition “Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art”
A hand engraved sterling silver ring, engraved freehand and inspired by the bassline from “Aftermath” by Muse.
The Werewolf Necklace: based on Cat Power song of the same name. Part of The Contemporary Jewellery Exchange 2017 a reciprocal art project and exhibition. Airbrushed aluminium, leather neckpiece. Read more about it here
Unnatural Selection Brooch
Exhibited as part of the Association for Contemporary Jewellery’s “Tales of the Subconscious” at Gill Wing Jewellery, London it is airbrush painted on aluminium, with a slice of meteorite set in silver. The painting is based on my synaesthetic drawings done from “Unnatural Selection” by Muse.
We Can Work It Out Brooches
We Can Work It Out Brooches 1 &2 Based on The Beatles song of the same name. Exhibited at Gioielli in Fermento, Italy and SOFA, Chicago. Airbrushed sycamore, sterling silver and trillion and oval cut olivines. Read more about these brooches here.
Heavy Bassline Rings and Necklace
Heavy Bassline Rings II & III and Necklace: Inspired by a fast drop D bassline in Muse song “Stockholm Syndrome”. Exhibited at Gioielli in Fermento, Italy and SIERRAD Amsterdam. Airbrushed polymorph on a sterling silver skeleton with garnet and carnelian beads.