Jewellery is worn on the body. The mere task of creating objects for such a unique topology as the human body makes jewellery design an ever-challenging field. For why restrict oneself to the familiar locations for jewellery – the neck, wrist, fingers, earlobes and chest – when the body offers such a wide range of possibilities? That the body is also an inexhaustible reservoir for a designer with a narrative urge only makes jewellery an even more exciting design field. There are infinitely many stories associated with the human body, and I seek to bring some of them into the light.