Kath Inglis

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Where and what did you study and what year did you graduate?
Bachelor of Applied Arts (Jewellery and Metalsmithing), 2000, South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia.

Where did you head after graduating?
After graduating I was an access tenant at Gray Street Workshop and have been an Associate Designer with JamFactory Metal Design Studio and artist in residence in Territory Craft Darwin studio. I also undertook a CraftSouth mentorship with Catherine Truman.

When did you launch your own business?
I launched my own business in 2001.

What motivated you to start your own business?
I wanted to be a contemporary jeweller and starting my own business was the way to do it.

How would you describe the products you design to someone who hadn’t seen them?
Essentially my work is hand carved plastic jewellery and I enjoy the many hours required to create each piece.

What are the most challenging parts of being a designer running a small business?
Wearing all the different hats required to run and grow your business. And you really need to wear them all well. One bad hat can let you down!

What inspires your design projects?
The world around me.

What are the next steps for you?
I would like to expand into exporting my work. I would also like to have all stockists purchasing my work and not taking jewellery on consignment.

Published 15 July 2008.

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