Hannah has been designing and making “wearables” from as far back as she can remember. These days and under the guise of Spam Glam, her charismatic and colourful alter ego, she chooses to engage with her audience through the wearable sculptures and interactive experiences that she creates.
Passionate about the niche field of contemporary jewellery, she will challenge your preconceptions of jewellery. Her philosophy is not to take herself too seriously and invites you, the viewer, to engage on a level that you’re comfortable with. Using a combination of sculptural, jewellery and costume making processes, she alludes to pop-culture references and creates wearable objects designed to get people talking.


Less is More: Soo Many People in the Neighbourhood


Scrap fabric, embroidery thread, cotton thread, card, repurposed scrap metal chain links and beads

Photo : Andi Sturm 

Heart on my Sleeve


Felt, polycotton, embrodery, thread cotton, thread card

Eurovision Swan Contest

Body piece

Iceland plastic bags, textile, thread, glue, tape

Photo : Ian Greenland



Radiant Pavilion online with Precious Collective, Melbourne AU (2021)
Painful Hope, Alliages, Lille FR (2020)
Legacy Award, 3rd Edition, Alliages, Lille FR (2019)
MEGA with Dialogue Collective, @Work Gallery, London UK & MJW, Munich DE (2019)
Oscillations: MA Graduate show, MJW, Munich DE (2019)
Mutter Schmuckers, MJW, Munich DE (2018)

MA Jewellery & Related Products, BCU (2019)
BA(Hons) Contemporary Jewellery, UCA (2012)
Foundation Degree in Theatre Arts, Northbrook College (2005)

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