My work is an ongoing investigation into relationships, connections, balance and line. Previous work led to a conclusion that a circle acts as a visual representation of a complete, this now informs much of my ongoing work. 

I enjoy working from the initial design process right through until the finished item and find that every piece informs the next. Often a piece will start as a 2D line drawing and is them developed through model making and experimentation into a final design. I enjoy working with my hands as well as process of machining silver. The combination of using precious metal and heavy duty engineering equipment is intriguing and allows me to produce work that its often angular and crisp yet still retains a delicate quality.

University Pro Chancellor Geoff Dawson, Florence Carter, Vice-Chancellor Professor Philip Jones and Chancellor Professor the Lord Robert Winston, 2013.


  • 2015 - 2 Year Starter Studio Program Completed, Yorkshire Artspace 
  • 2015 - The Ladbrookes St Leger Stakes Trophy, Doncaster Racecorse + Sheffield Hallam University​
  • 2015 - Precious Little Gems Commission, Sheffield Assay Office & Millennium Galleries Sheffield
  • 2014 - 3D Technical Innovation Silver Award, Goldsmiths Design and Crafts Council 
  • 2013 - Pro Vice Chancelors Badge of Office Commission
  • 2013 - 1st Class BA Hons Metalwork amd Jewellery, Sheffield Hallam University
  • 2013 - Goldsmiths Company Award for Silversmithing, New Designers
  • 2013 - Brightest Spark Award, Creative Spark, Sheffield Hallam University
  • ​2013 - Precious Metal Bursary, The Goldsmiths Company
  • 2010 - Distinction BTEC Foundation Diploma, Manchester Metropolitan University