I love quiet, subtle things. When I travel my photographs are often of small details that others might never notice. As a child a rock pool, with its little creatures going about their business, would keep me entertained for hours. It still does. When I garden the weeds don’t get pulled because I’m too busy admiring their forms and wondering how best to translate them into metal.
As an artist I try to capture the details that so capture me.
My mother’s family has been in Bermuda for many generations and for that I am grateful. My beautiful, little island is a constant source of inspiration.
I have been an artist for many years working in a variety of media. I am primarily a jeweller working with sterling silver and semi-precious stones. I trained in a fine jewellery workshop with several master goldsmiths, one of whom is now my husband. We have one married son.
My textiles have been juried into many shows in Bermuda and have been purchased for private and corporate collections all over the world, including Fabrikal Corporation, The Ace Foundation and The Bermuda National Gallery.
My jewellery can be found at The Craft Market in Dockyard and there is a selection of my Island Collection at Brown and Co., Front Street, Hamilton and at Seaglass, Water Street, St. Georges. My textiles may be seen through appointment.