About

Kim Channon is a jewellery designer and maker who enjoys combining different crafts to create wearable contemporary jewellery. Since leaving art college Kim has worked in the London jewellery industry, selling over 120 different jewellers work including her own.  

Originally from North London Kim graduated from Hereford Art College in 2001, with a BA (Hons) in Craft Design Mixed Media.
Soon after graduating she moved back to London and worked for Oliver Bonas in the jewellery department. Soon Kim's passion for jewellery design grew and in 2002 she joined tomfoolery London Ltd where she designed and made her first collection. 

In 2004 Kim and fellow jewellery designer Sarah Lindsay joined a group of other makers and artists to open Flux Studios in North London (Muswell Hill). Kim was able to create two very different collections as she began experimenting in vitreous enamelling. This lead to Kim taking part in many exhibitions and trade fairs, selling her work in both the UK and Ireland. After 4 great years in the creative hub of North London Kim left Flux Studios in 2008 when her daughter was born and moved to St Albans, Hertfordshire (UK). 

In 2013 Kim advanced to become the assistant of a renowned British enameller and goldsmith at Hatfield House. To this day Kim is assisting in the running of a very busy studio and prestigious jewellery shop and is active in all aspects of the jewellery industry and business.  

Now with over 15 years in the industry, Kim still is loves designing and making her own jewellery. In her spare time she creates her collections from home in a garden studio next to her cottage and sells her jewellery online as well as through selected galleries.