How I got here
My first experience of silver work was casting a shell at a taster session when I was in my early teens, I still wear that piece and cherish it. I started making silver jewellery in 2008 when I completed a short course in Bristol. When I returned to Pembrokeshire I attended classes with Sarah LLoyd Morris. I then went on to study Jewellery and Ceramics at Carmarthen School of art where I developed my unique style. I now have a small studio at home where I make. I sell in a few local galleries and online here on my website. My main inspiration comes from pebbles and the irregular shapes and textures. I am always looking to shapes and patterns in nature to inspire me. I also like to work with the metal and allow chance and process to determine the final outcome, embracing the dents and marks as they are made.