I am a Thai Taiwanese born and raised in Phuket Thailand. During my younger years, I would explore and experiment with different art mediums and practices. I started making small pendant pieces from sculpted polymer clay for friends and family as small gifts. Through this, my enthusiasm for jewellery-making bloomed.
As the field of hand-craft jewellery is non-existent in Phuket, Thailand, I consider my enrollment at Ontario College of Art and Design’s Jewellery Program a serendipitous event where I discovered my passion.
Now an aspiring art jeweller, my current practice focuses on fabricating one-of-a-kind narrative art jewellery pieces; working mainly in depletion gilded sterling silver. I draw inspiration from the natural world of flora, fauna, and foliage which are depicted in miniature as miniatures are often cuter versions of the subject in general! With the intent for audiences to experience joy upon seeing my works, playful and heartwarming messages, dippy depictions, and additional fun interaction or kinetic elements are recurrent features.
In short, I make fun jewellery!