Thursday, 1 November 2012


As mentioned in previous posts, my focus is now on jewellery.  Over the past year I've been creating a collection of jewellery, based on similar inspirations to that of my graduate work.  In the new year, I'll have an online shop, which I'll have more information on nearer the time. 

Keep your eyes peeled!

Friday, 9 March 2012



Although I'm focusing more on my jewellery work, I though I'd share some recent shoots that have featured my graduate work. I'm really pleased with these results.

CHAOS Magazine
Photographer: Rebecca Litchfield
Stylist: Alexis Knox
Styling Assistants: Ailie Robertson & Danielle Webber
Hair & Make up: Ami Streets
Models: Papis Loveday & Shaun Ross @ AMCK

Photographer: Carlotta De Rysky
Stylist: Giulia Meteranglis
MUA: Marta Gacka
Hair: Dorota Nowacka
Model: Yulia @ Models1

Thursday, 1 March 2012


Another season with Tessa is the film for her AW12 collection, featuring the amazing model Alys Hale. Filming this was exciting and exhausting (as it went on all night!) but worth every second!

Dazed Digital interviewed Tessa about her collection, which you can read here...

I will compile another post in the near future about the accessories, with photos and descriptions but for is the film.

I absolutely love working for Tessa, putting her crazy ideas together and making them a reality. Roll on SS13 (argh!)

Friday, 13 January 2012


Yesterday, I went to the Royal Academy of Arts to visit the exhibition 'Building the Revolution' before it finishes in just over a week. I have quite a bit of a thing for Constructivism, so I couldn't wait to see this!

The Buildings featured in the exhibition have been more recently photographed by Richard Pare He explores the geometric beauty of these buildings which follow the Modernist golden rule, that function should dictate form. Alongside Pare's large images are original documentations from the Schuev state museum archive, which show the buildings in their freshly constructed prime. These were really nice, I love the Russian alphabet and the type that emulates modernity. I couldn't get any photos of these small monochrome documents and my current state of frugality means it will be a while before I get the book! Definitely worth a visit! I was hoping for a few postcards but the shop didn't have any to do with this exhibition.

Here are a few of my favourite images and buildings...

Soviet industrialised bakery, Photography: Richard Pare, 1999

The Gosprom Building, Kharkov, Ukraine. Designed by Sergei Serafimov, M. Felger and S. Kravets. 1925-28

Gosplan Garage, Moscow, Russia. Architect - Konstantin Melnikov. 1934-36

Soviet water tower. Photography Richard Pare: 1999

Architecture heavily influences my designs, which I will be revealing very soon!

Monday, 2 January 2012


Next month Carlotta de Rysky will be shooting my jewellery collection. To say I'm excited is quite an understatement!
The above images are from the set 'The Mirrored Image I'. I absolutely love the beautiful simplicity to her work and the fact that she uses film.
Roll on February!

Wednesday, 21 December 2011


My new architectural love. The Brunswick Centre by Russell Square, London.

Designed by Patrick Hodgkinson. Built 1967 - 1972