3D Printed Brooch

I made this brooch for my 3D Printing class. The project involved choosing a historical brooch and reinterpreting it as a contemporary piece. I chose a peacock brooch designed by Charles Robert Ashbee, who was one of the earliest Arts and Crafts designers of jewellery. He seemed a bit obsessed with peacocks as he used… Continue reading 3D Printed Brooch


3D Printed Rings

I did an intensive class in 3D Printing this summer. It was difficult to learn how to use the program, Rhino, in the limited time I had for the class, but I found it really interesting and I enjoyed the process. Honestly, I mainly did the class, so I don't have to do as many… Continue reading 3D Printed Rings


Goodbye 2019… Hello 2020

I haven't posted anything on here for a while, but don't worry, I'm still alive and making art. I've been posting occasionally on Instagram and Facebook, so maybe follow me there if you want slightly more frequent updates. I know 2020 started a couple of weeks ago, but I want to post about the new… Continue reading Goodbye 2019… Hello 2020

Artworks, Quotes

William Morris Quote

'The true secret of happiness lies in taking a genuine interest in all the details of daily life.' -William Morris You may remember that last month I posted a quote and said that I thought it would be a cool idea to take a photo of quotes against the sky each month and make them… Continue reading William Morris Quote


Diprotodon Artwork and Progress Video

I made this artwork for my brother. He's studying diprotodons, so I figured this would be a cool present to make for him. The design for this artwork came from a Laurie Beirne artwork that I found on the Australian Geographic website. I wanted the artwork to be relatively accurate, so I basically used Beirne's… Continue reading Diprotodon Artwork and Progress Video