Friday, 4 November 2011

Results from Vario Acrylic!

Drum Role.....

I love this new material and will now be exploring different ways of applying it to my designs.
Exciting times!

Taste of Fame!

This Autumns edition of 'The Anchor' (news from the Assay office) features on it's front page an article about the Jewellery Quarter Development Trust, along with a photo of business owners from the Quarter standing around my Masters Exhibition...

Silent Auction


Get those bids in now folks!

Pickle Jewellery!

.... A collective of second year BA students from the Birmingham School Of Jewellery

Check out the work of this very talented year of budding new designers!

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

MA Collection

A taster of my Final Collection on the MA Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products




To see more go to:

Perspex Vario

Just found this type of acrylic online and purchased a sheet to test with some new designs. Very excited to see what comes from it!! Watch this space!

Perspex Vario

Monday, 24 October 2011

New Website!

I have FINALLY pulled my finger out and created my Website!!!

Take a look!!

MAdness In The Method

'MAdness In The Method' Is the title for this years graduating students show from Birmingham City Universitys MA in Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products.  MAdness In The Method official website  MAdness In The Method blog  Follow this link to see my page in the exhibition catalogue!!

Tuesday, 22 March 2011


       Applying forms to the body:

Feelin' the Fluorescence!

Experiments using fluorescent acrylic:

 White spray paint applied to each layer

 Edge of acrylic fluoresces brilliantly with a
light behind the object:

New Direction

Built up acrylic layers, creating 3-Dimentional forms.

Experimenting with adding colour to edges of layers:

Previous Work

BA Collection 2010:
'Stephanie has a unique interest in electronics used in jewellery. This collection of work consists of wearables which aim to encourage interaction between the wearer and viewer. With the use of sensory technology the pieces detect sound, movement and touch, which in turn encourage personal interaction in terms of verbal communication through to physical contact. Although complex, the electronic features do not compromise the overall sense of fun and curiosity, which Stephanie feels is a poignant theme in her work
Stephanie creates statement pieces of jewellery, which combine both precious and non-precious materials. Her jewellery has a sophisticated elegant style, teamed with an integrally generated use of bold and confident colour.'

Feel The Vibrations: 2009 
Silicone, Acrylic, Electronics
Touch The Vibrations: 2009 
 Acrylic, Stainless Steel Wire, Rubber 
Model: Bryony Stanford 
Model: Bryony Stanford
Model: Bryony Stanford
 Touch Me: 2010
Silicone, Electronics
 Pull Me: 2010
Acrylic, Electronics
Talk To Me: 2010
Acrylic, Metal, Electronics
Postcard 2010


Hello Everyone!

This is my first official blog! I will be updating this along with my progress through my Masters study. All comments welcome!