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THE JOURNAL — timelessdesign

the creative women series

Tell us about your professional journey - highlights, learnings, mentors.   I previously practiced sculpture and interior design and was very fond of the intimate scale of model making so the transition into jewellery seemed a natural progression. I loved the idea of working in a miniature scale and it’s accessibility as a sole practitoner. A piece could be invented and realised without having to involve anyone else. I found that experience very immediate and satisfying. I was frustrated just drawing my ideas – I wanted to enjoy process of crafting objects again with my own hands. I taught in the interior design department at RMIT for about 13 years. In the last 4 years my jewellery business got so busy that it became full time.   Describe your...
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