The coalescence of art and science through materials and processes, as well as thematically, connects all of my work.
Themes of transition, manipulation, ephemerality and 'imperfection' are explored through the analysis and re-appropriation of found objects and organic matter, fused with precious and semi-precious materials. This culminates in art work and unique jewellery collections that harness both control and spontaneity and that have the potential to, or the feeling of, being able to transform and evolve over time.
I use 'Eco', Fair Trade, recycled/biodegradable and reclaimed materials in my work and packaging as much as possible.
All of my pieces are hallmarked at the London Assay Office.
Due to the processes and materials I use no two items are identical creating truly unique one of a kind pieces.
Red Robin Pantry introduces eco friendly packaging:
This year it’s been our mission to source compostable & biodegradable packaging for our new confectionery ranges - not an easy task I tell you! Sure if you are opening up a deli or takeaway there are loads of options, but when i comes to finding eco packaging for products it’s a nightmare! If our chocolate is going to be sustainable, organic & eco then so should our packaging!!
After what seems like never-ending searching finally and some creative repurposing of packaging designed for food to go, finally we’ve sourced packaging for the last of our troublesome products - marshmall ...
Wax seals for wedding stationary (if you can still get married of course!) or for business purposes to highlight your brand. Standard or personalised options available. Just peel them off and stick them on!
Made by The Guild of Jewellery Designers and available through Odissa Handmade.