Her work has always been and continues to be an exploration of adornment’s ability to create and imbue sculptural form against the body, playing with the light, shadow, texture, patterns and forms which also by default should stand beautifully, isolated, even in absence of the softness and curvature of the human skin. The brand I AM I is about creating eclectic, statement adornment using locally sourced materials – copper, rope, brass, wood, leather and semi-precious stone.


“Thank you once again for such an amazing and intense 5 days of the workshop. It was a wonderful experience to interact with my peers in the design industry here in Kenya and also have the opportunity to get constructive feedback from local and international mentors and teachers. It has opened up new perspectives on how to approach my work and was also nurturing individual creativity.”