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I am a London-based maker, drawing inspiration from pop art and graphic design. I began crafting textile accessories in 2012 which organically extended into jewelley, where I focused on creating bold statement earrings that blended unexpected materials and techniques with an emphasis on colour and fun.

While my earlier collections featured mixed-media acrylic designs, my latest creations have evolved to include metalwork, with a focus on sustainability.

Stockists have included the V&A (London), the Design Museum (London) and Les Musee des Artes Decoratifs (Paris). My work has appeared online and in print for publications such as Pop, The Times, Vogue Italia and the Times.

I am also a co-founder of Bonded Permanent Jewellery, a London-based brand centred on welding forever bracelets at private parties and events.


All acrylic jewellery is designed in my London studio and laser cut in small batches. Designed to be worn for life, each piece has been made to be treasured. Greencast recylced acrylic is used when possible.

Production & Suppliers

Our goal is to minimize waste through a made-to-order production process, which is why there may be a wait time for some of our items. Each piece is handcrafted personally by me to guarantee both quality and a unique, personal touch.

All our metal supplies are sourced from trusted UK suppliers and manufacturers. Jewellery casting takes place in London using recycled precious metals, and the plating process is conducted in Hatton Garden, London’s renowned jewellery district. This approach ensures our carbon footprint remains minimal.


All of our packaging, from the postal boxes to the wrapping materials, is designed to be fully recyclable. The only exception is the foam insert found in our jewellery boxes.

Our jewellery boxes are FSC® registered which guarantees that all materials come from an FSC®forest, where no more wood is cut down than the forest can reproduce. This means better protection of the animal- and plant life, and all foresters have proper training, safety equipment and a decent wage.