When I am not designing and making jewellery I can be found singing in a choir, which sings contemporary songs. Last week I had the opportunity to sing at the launch of Battersea Power Station. It was an amazing experience. I had to learn several songs in a short space of time and there were three performances in total. These included singing at the private opening of Battersea Power Station, which was attended by VIP’s including the King and Queen of Malaysia. There was a great party held after the the show. The next performance was the public opening of the building, where I met the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan and the choir were also included in a feature about the opening on BBC One’s news. The final performance was in the main building. On each occasion there was a different selection of songs, which added variety to the occasion.

It was also a good opportunity to wear jewellery that I have designed and made. I chose to wear pieces that have been inspired by a song called praying for time. The pieces are also inspired by clock faces and musical instruments as well. All of the pieces are made in recycled silver and can be made to order.