A Textile Design graduate from Falmouth University, Jade specialises in print and creates playful and contemporary patterns. She has been freelancing and establishing herself as a creative brand in the Midlands since leaving Falmouth in 2016.
Never afraid to use too much colour, her designs are distinctively bold, exploring and combining the use of graphic shapes and colours. Jade’s style reflects her passion for art movements and design styles from throughout the 20th century, ranging from Cubism, Bauhaus, Pop art, mid-century, psychedelia, Op art and 1980s postmodernism. As a result, her work is modern yet nostalgic. She is particularly inspired by female artists and designers who have paved the way, such as Anni Albers, Sonia Delaunay, Lucienne Day, Bridget Riley, Nathalie du Pasquier, Orla Kiely and more recently, Camille Walala.
Using her patterns, Jade produces stationery, home accessories, greetings cards, prints and more. She has also expanded her love of colour and pattern to creating hand-painted statement jewellery, using both wooden laser-cut shapes and polymer clay. This allows her to experiment and create intricate, one-off pieces, bringing her bold style to everyday fashion accessories. She enjoys working on both the digital and handmade elements within her products.
Jade is open to working on artist collaborations and projects - commissions, stockists and wholesale enquiries are also welcome!