My passion for jewellery goes back to my childhood when I used to make pieces from found objects and sit in my room drawing what I wanted to create. This need to create led me to follow a degree course in Jewellery Design. During the past 2 years, after graduating from The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, I have been renting a workshop space in London allowing me to develop my work. I focused my interest on enamel, a very traditional technique which I use in my own way, exploring texture, colour and light reflection. The surprises I get when experimenting keep me going. Inspiration often comes during the process but it is also nourished by my everyday life, such as conversations, nature etc. Making jewellery is a way for me to express my perception of the world we live in, each project embodies a specific concept that is omnipresent in our lives.