Forms in nature inspire Hannah's jewellery.
Her ideas start whilst she was walking round the countryside and the beach collecting seed pods, dead insects and tide delights.
She hammers, moulds and melts silver sheet into organic forms. Recently Hannah has been using resin to suspend found objects in her moulded silver.
The 'Spice Rack' range uses kitchen spices to add colour and pattern to the silver.
The 'Cornish beach' collection includes silver curlew silhouettes, and uses sand, shell and glass worn by the sea.
Currently Hannah is expanding the worn beach glass idea, creating 'Bowls of sea' by crushing the glass and adding tiny bits of seaweed, coral, shell etc. to give a rock pool effect that changes in the sunlight.