With a background in architecture, William began making jewellery from parts of his architectural models. Utilising 3D printing as his main means of manufacture, William's work is inspired by the endless beautiful forms found within nature and biology. 

Alongside geometric designs, William takes images from electron microscopes, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), photography and life drawing and uses 3D software to digitally dissect, deconstruct, reconstruct and assemble these objects into pieces of jewellery that capture the varied beauty of what he finds exploring the world.