Jo is an award-winning studio jewellery artist. She has worked in and with the landscape using wild tools since 1999, on her BA at The Cass followed by an MA. She is a regular exhibitor at Goldsmiths’ Fair.
Describe your approach to teaching
I ask students to look and think a little differently, encouraging a way of working that prioritises simplicity whilst defining what is important to the student.
What inspires your own work?
I make jewellery and objects to communicate visually on an emotional level, to convey how I feel about light and space in ancient or modern, natural or manmade landscapes.