'City mess and chaos hold the patterns that inspire my jewellery making. These can be found anywhere from the layered, disordered building in Mexico City to the specific movement of a crowd at rush hour.
Process is everything. To catch this untidy energy I must lose control during the design process. The result is playful jewellery for the bold.'
'El desorden y el caos urbano contienen los patrones que me inspiran la fabricación de mi joyería. Ejemplos de estos patrones incluyen la disposición caótica de los edificios de la Ciudad de México y el movimiento específico de una multitud en las horas pico.
El proceso es todo. Para a capturar esta energía desordenada, tengo que perder el control durante el proceso de fabricación. El resultado es joyería lúdica para el audaz.'
Harriet is a British designer-maker based at the Goldsmith’s Centre from October 2019 where she will be on their business incubation course, Setting Out. Harriet has just completed a year of silversmithing study at Bishopsland Educational Trust.
After studying History of Art at Cambridge University Harriet continued her arts education at City and Guilds of London Art School. Since then she has gathered a wide range of experience in design, becoming a member of the Design Team for London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies and working as a costume designer and art director for film and theatre in London.
Harriet began her jewellery studies at Kensington and Chelsea college with Kelvin Birk before moving to Mexico in 2014 to continue at Sterling Quest School in San Miguel de Allende. San Miguel became home until 2018 when Harriet returned to the UK to enrol at Bishopsland.
Please contact Harriet here for information on prices and commissions.
She also makes and exhibits large scale animal drawings: hattymorris.com.