I have been involved in glass for 8 years, starting in 2000 when I studied for a PGC in Glass and Architecture at Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. This study was divided into two courses over two years for Glass and Architecture and Glass and Fine Art.

I have taken this experience through to glass jewellery, where my ideas have been applied to provide interesting and beautiful jewellery. Creating glass jewellery by fusing requires working with glass at 760 degrees C. Controlling fusing at these temperatures calls for careful controls and techniques. Great care needs to be exercised to ensure that the glass can cool at a uniform rate.

The jewellery is for pendants, broaches, drop and stud earings. These are completed in both plated sliver and sterling silver fittings.

My work can be seen at the following scheduled events: