School of Jewellery staff

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  • Rebecca Steiner

    Senior Lecturer

    Rebecca Steiner is an award-winning goldsmith whose work has been exhibited across the UK and Europe. Her research interests include crafts education, professional development for practitioners and the wider benefits of crafts practice in relation to personal autonomy, agency and wellbeing. She holds a Masters Degree in...

  • Kate Thorley

    Senior Lecturer

    Kate is an Alumni of BCU studying at the School of Jewellery, Birmingham; graduating in 1996 with a BA (Hons) in 3D Design specialising in Jewellery and Silversmithing. Kate entered the jewellery trade as a bench worker with Europe’s largest bullion and findings manufacturer; Cookson Precious Metals and within five years was...

  • Katy Tromans

    Course Director, Lecturer

    Katy Tromans creates highly detailed, organic, narrative Objet d’art with the aim to tell a story through her designs. Her pieces consist predominantly of sculptural, solid silver display stands which hold hidden, intricate pieces of jewellery. Katy aims to tell a story, show a memory and allow her customers to wear the...

  • Paul Yeomans

    Senior CAD technologist

    CAD/CAM Trainer at the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre (JIIC), specialising in CAD/CAM, which involves a wide variety of new product development (NPD) work and teaching CAD on HND, BA and DFI courses. Prior to joining the University, Paul worked as a Design and Development Engineer in a bathroom products business. 

  • Anastasia Young

    Lecturer

    Anastasia Young is a jewellery artist, author and lecturer, whose work has been exhibited internationally. Young’s eclectic jewellery is often project based and driven by a combination of ideas and technical investigation; she uses narrative to explore both the design of a piece and its display when not being worn or used....

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