Rebecca grew up in Cheshire and after completing a Bachelor of Design at Liverpool was invited to do a jewellery and silversmithing residency at Bishopsland workshops in South Oxfordshire. It was here that she began to explore and expand her metalworking skills, developing a range of jewellery and tableware.

In 2003 on graduating from the Royal College of Art Rebecca was awarded the Bakri Yehia Memorial prize for achievement. This fuelled her desire to set up a workshop in London and continue to design and make bespoke jewellery and table centrepieces.

Rebecca creates minimalist table pieces that are sculptural yet functional. Predominantly made in silver and enhanced with elements of wood they are borne from a fascination in the celebratory centrepieces that adorned 18th and 19th century dining tables. Focusing on how an object dominates a space and how negative space can be used to create volume, proportion, line and balance, she aims to challenge the viewer and bring an element of spontaneity and displacement to the table. 

Her jewellery has a less formal style often combining multiple chains and pearls, or carefully selected shapes and textures in silver and gold. Rebecca's latest collection 'Shapes & Frames' are graphic compositions based on her passion for Constructivist and Swiss graphic design, geometry and asymmetry.

Every piece is individually hand made using traditional techniques such as piercing, scoring and folding, forging, hammering, texturing and casting.