Alister has achieved much since graduating from Curtin University with a Bachelor of Arts in Jewellery Design three years ago. He has participated in both state and national events and has recently become a part of the Midland Atelier studio group. His work in contemporary wearables aims to harness new potentials for acrylic, a material that has saturated the jewellery industry.
He attempts to redefine the potential of this material in the hope of exploring new graphics and possibilities for his products. Alister’s talent for design manifests itself in harsh lines and geometric patterns that create three-dimensional pieces with the ability to carry form.