My hope is to inspire passion and be generous with my knowledge via group demonstration, followed by one on one tuition.What will students gain if they come on one of your courses?
A chance to be practical, creative and imaginative, to walk away feeling like they have the skills and knowledge to pursue new direction.Are there any particular techniques/processes you use in your teaching?
My main focus is to spend as much time making and allowing the creativity juices to flow, I will be there to nurture along the way.What inspires your own work?
Costume history, haute couture fashion, architecture.Where can students see examples of your work?
Online at www.saloukee.com which also informs them of where my work is currently being exhibited.Where did you gain your training/experience?
BA Hons 3D design- Silversmithing and jewellery from Loughborough University.What teaching experience have you had?
Visiting lecturer to the School of Jewellery, Birmingham and Buckingham New University.Is your work in any public or private collections?
My work is in private collections worldwide.Have you written any books/had articles published?
My first book titled ‘paper jewellery’ is published by A & C Black.