August 20, 2012


My second book featuring 108 independent jewelry designers across 19 countries, from the edgiest to the most luxurious, via classic with a twist and conceptual, is soon to be released. 

Worldwide September 24th

USA November 6th


The Facebook page will feature news / events / updates about each designer and offer treats from time to time.

Available for pre-order on Amazon:

Amazon UK <>

Amazon US <>


March 5, 2012

Thames & Hudson has released this new video with British artisan, Nic webb.

A great insight into his craft. Nic is one of 75 artisans across 19 countries, who has been featured in the New Artisans book or Artisans: Nouvelles Tendances (French edition).

January 28, 2012

Thames & Hudson’ interview with Mark and Vicki from Rothschild & Bickers, one of the last glass-blowing workshop/company operating in the UK. 

Rothschild & Bickers is featured in the New Artisans book.

October 27, 2011

After a year in the making, I am thrilled to announce the release of my first book!

It is a labor of love, it comes from a passion of mine (as you have all seen through Dossier37) and what I wish will be a long term commitment for all things creative and hand-made.

The new Artisans - 320 pages, 850 illustrations - features 75 artisans/artists/designers across 19 countries and is a great resource for contemporary living.

The 75 talents reinvigorate traditional techniques (glass, textile, wood, metal, ceramics, paper) through the creation of unique or limited edition, functional or purely decorative, inspiring, desirable, meaningful objects. The antithesis of uniformized, mass-produced, disposable, anonymous and low quality goods we are saturated with.

Please visit and ideally join the Facebook page, where regular updates are posted (interviews, comments, reviews..etc), and if you like it, please ‘like’ it!

It is published by Thames & Hudson in Australia, the UK and USA, but is also available in English language in a number of other countries (Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, Japan, Brazil, Spain…)

For the UK


And also from many booksellers, museum shops and galleries.

Its French version, Artisans: Nouvelles Tendances, is published in France and Belgium by La Martinière. The cover is different, but format, quality and content are identical to the English version.


Here is a glimpse inside, of a few random pages.




So thank you for your interest. If you like what you see, spread the word!

All the best to you all!