About Terri



 Terri graduated her BA Hons in Jewellery & Silversmithing in 2014 from Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh. Terri was born and grew up in East Ayrshire, although she now works from home near Mennock in Dumfries and Galloway.


Living in the rural countryside in South-West Scotland Terri has always been surrounded by the natural beauty of her country that has influenced her throughout her life. Organic shapes and nature inform her studio practice.  Terri works predominately in sterling silver, using yellow gold and semi-precious stones as subtle details. She also has a bespoke range of jewellery made from sheep horn that she finds around the farm. This range highlights material qualities found in horn, such as growth lines and translucency. She aims to create unique delicate pieces of wearable jewellery.






Educational History


2010 – 2014          Edinburgh College of Art, 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9DF.

                               2:1 BA (Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing

2009 – 2010          Visual Arts Studio, Tramway, 25 Albert Drive Glasgow G41 2PE

                                Portfolio Preperation



2015 South of Scotland Visual Artist and Craft Maker Award

2015 Craft Scotland Go & See Trip Bursary (CRAFT, London)

2014 Spring Fling YAB

2014 David Canter Memorial Fund

2014  Shortlisted for madefromscotland.com Graduate Design Competition

2014  The Scottish Goldsmiths’ Trust Precious Metal Bursary

2013  Shortlisted for Duchamp cufflink design





ELLE Magazine UK, April 2016 issue, Elle New Designers


Aspire Magazine, issue 432 (19/2/16), p25 - Editors Choice


Aspire Magazine, issue 431 (12/2/16), p16 - Scotlands Finest


Dumfries & Galloway Life Magazine, March 2015 Issue - Tomorrows Jewellery


Telegraph online, 9/12/15 -  Unique Jeweller: Be Dazzle Jewellery  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/jewellery/54454/dazzle-contemporary-jewellery.html


 The Scottish Farmer, 13th Decemer 2014 issue - Animal horn's new life in Terri's hands - http://www.thescottishfarmer.co.uk/article/animal-horn%E2%80%99s-new-life-terri%E2%80%99s-hands-2