the vision

I consider reuse, the up-cycling ethos, and the visual aesthetics seated in punk to challenge conventions associated with jewellery objects—via material subversion.


I use post-consumables from the mid-to-late 20th-century for their material design legacies as found in this period. In my creative works, I aim to visually construct social narratives centrally positioned as autoethnography. This narratological framing functions through material subversion via reconstructed images of social history, objects from this period, and language.
The latter predominately through musical lyrics, phrases, and verses of this time found in proto-punk, punk, and post-punk.


My practice includes collecting, gathering, and accumulating materials from primary and secondary markets, also found objects. I curate a spectrum of materials, including contemporary materials, which I select, pair, and embed in my works—through collage, assemblage, or fusion.


I construct jewellery forms—to refashion specific memories—distilled moments. The visual reading of my work may induce a shared recall of time invite curiosity or playfulness—I aim to build visual tension via metonymy and metaphor in each piece to convey a narrative as a social message.

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I construct jewellery forms. Refashion specific memories. Distilled moments.