Jewellery & Metal
We encourage an open-minded approach that in principle embraces all
materials. But it is metal that constitutes
the technological core of our subject and we believe that a deepening
understanding of the metal elements is key in these developments: the Periodic
Table is our reference in expanding our activity within the subjects of
jewellery and metalwork.
Previously, I studied Fashion Management at Amsterdam Fashion Institute and started working in PR. I was already in London by the time I applied to the RCA. I’d always wanted to do something more creative and make stuff, and knew this would be around body adornment – things that you’d like to wear
I studied as a historian at UCL from 2003-6, undergraduate, and then did an MA part-time. I was also working at the Royal Academy on their architecture programme. My study was from an historian perspective and not very artistic
Craftsmanship or the Lack of It: A Conundrum of Late Medieval Northern European Goldsmiths' Work
In Pursuit of Perfection: an auto ethnographic qualitative study of the impact of dyspraxia on perceptions of craftwork
Masters and Apprentices: Becoming a Goldsmith in Late Medieval Northern Europe
AHRC ICT Methods Network Expert Seminar: 'Blue Skies and Singing Rings'
Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellry
London SW7 4EU
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