Trained primarily in metalwork but with an aptitude for fabrics and textile design Natalie combines materials such as lace into design collections that explore pattern, repetition and texture. Much of her work involves a strong focus on rich floral aesthetics and bold colourings.
Having graduated in June 2010 from the School of Jewellery in Birmingham she became part of a government run incubation and mentoring scheme entitled 'Design Space' where she was introduced to business techniques whilst sharing a workshop with other emerging designers. Following her year at Design Space she has since become a founder member of the Jewellery & Silversmithing collective 'Quarter Studios', also based in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. This access to a bench and to the various technologies that the Jewellery Quarter provides to self-employed creatives was imperitive to the development of her collections.
Natalie is inspired by fashion and theatrical costume, old school glamour and burlesque, and she translates her references and research into work that varies in both the processes used to design it and the materials chosen to make it. Recently Natalie has been developing one collection that utilises Computer Aided Design and milling techniques, and also working on another that focuses on laser technology. The result is a broad portfolio of work that includes interesting, delicate yet strong statement pieces.
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