Every piece of jewelry that I make starts as an idea of something intricate and appealing. I strive to push the envelope of what is possible to create.

I carefully construct a 3D model in Blender taking into consideration the challenges of the next two stages. I use parametric modelling to allow the design to be made in different sizes.

I then print out the design using an SLA 3D printer taking care to support the model without affecting the design.

The next step is to cast the print in metal and finish it using traditional investment casting and jewelry making techniques.

The finished piece is an amalgamation of traditional and modern fabrication techniques that results in a unique piece that will last a lifetime.