Becca works in a cosy attic workshop in Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter. She makes jewellery and silverware inspired by natural world, talks to the radio and drinks a lot of tea.
Her work is characterised by a subtle sense of balance. She creates pieces with graceful shapes and sweeping cures which retain a quiet sense of playfulness.
Becca graduated in 2008 and set up her business on Hlyton Street in the Jewellery Quarter a year later. Since then she's moved to a larger workshop (on the same street) and settled in there.
Becca works to commission, supplies galleries and exhibits her work nationally. She's most at home when she's covered in a layer of metal dust.
Becca enjoys working to commission and gets a great deal of satisfaction from making personal, bespoke pieces which become treasured possessions.
Most commissions begin with a page of sketches which she develops with you into an individual piece to enjoy.
She is able to cast gold in her workshop to reuse and recycle metal from inherited jewellery. She can also set stones that have been passed down to you into new pieces for you to wear and enjoy.
All of her work is handmade and hallmarked in Birmingham.