My artistic career is mainly self-taught. After some short tourism studies, I travelled in the USA, England and India.
My passion for jewellery making started early. From my childhood, I found myself creating jewellry from all sorts of materials like old pieces of glass, seeds, plastics, shells and metal. Then in the 90's, in Paris, I met an enameller from a family with a strong tradition of enamel jewellry making-and i was hooked. This magical material would give life to my creative aspirations.
I attended workshops around the world, in Hungary, India and France, to develop a range of different techniques which I now utilise with enamels from America, Japan, India, France and Hungary, all offering an interesting and rich variety of colours.
My inspiration comes from travelling, nature, children's drawings and some artists like Miro, Lalique and Klimt, all of which drive my endeavours in colours and creativity.