Rosina graduated from London Guildhall University in 2002, after completing a BA(Hons) in Jewellery Design, Silversmithing & Applied Crafts. Eager to start her career, she moved to Brighton in 2002 and set up business later that same year. In 2005 Rosina embarked on a four year gap in her career to have children, and her studio is now based in Worthing on the south coast.
Rosina has a fascination with experimenting and combining unusual materials such as butyrate plastices and dyed nylon strings with more traditional precious metals as silver and gold.
Taking inspiration from the beauty, colours and order found in our solar system, as well as the forms of musical instruments and the flow of music she creates simple and modern pieces of contemporary jewellery, stylised to represent the geometry of her subjects.