East London based jewellery designer Emma Ware (emmaware.co.uk) is looking for creative, enthusiastic, reliable interns on flexible terms to start asap. This is expenses only to begin with but with scope for employment.This is a great opportunity for someone to have real involvement and gain experience in all aspects of running a business. Work will mainly be helping with making which involves use of pliers and stitching so a keen eye for detail and perfectionism is necessary. However training…See More
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About me / About business or organisation:
I make unique, beautiful accessories and jewellery from a sustainable, ethical perspective.
In my work and life there is a strong emphasis on sustainability and this is reflected in the materials and processes used in jewellery making. Using reclaimed materials I like to think of my jewellery as contemporary wearable sculptures. The design is of primary importance, the fact the materials are recycled is fundamental but not obvious.
I hope that my work might provoke thought and inspire creativity as an example of how one persons waste can be transformed into desirable valuable design.
Career history / Company history:
Emma Ware is a London based artist and designer with a background in fine and applied arts.
After studying for a degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Arts and a diploma in Broadcasting at Ravensbourne College I went on to build a career in Film and TV, working in the camera department as a clapper loader and focus puller.
Frustrated by the wasteful TV industry and needing a creating outlet I turned my attention to creating 'wearable sculpture'. My designs are continuously evolving and are now becoming larger pieces bordering on garments.
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I would very much appreciate your help. I am studying for an MA in Marketing at Kingston Business School under the supervision of Professor Robert East. We are conducting research about Fairtrade goods and ethical fashion clothes, and ask you to complete the enclosed short questionnaire. I am also offering a £50 shopping gift voucher to the lucky prize draw winner!!!!
Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link