• Yun-Ling Tseng, George Brown College
“My entrance into the jewellery world was by accident. I never planned to get into this industry until two years ago when I saw George Brown offered a jewellery arts program. That was the beginning of my journey. Before I stepped into this fantastic industry, I worked on an academic journal doing graphic design. I decided to start from zero to learn how to design and make jewellery because I believed that accomplishing a piece of beautiful piece by my own hands must be a great joy. And what keeps me moving forward is the dream of becoming a great jewellery designer.
After two years exploring the world of jewellery, I found myself preferring non-geometric, curvilinear design, especially contemporary works with simple design and neat style. My goal is to design jewellery that is simple and neat, but powerful. This is the style of design I wish to create to convey my feelings or what I want to say to the viewer—a design without any redundant elements, yet one that says a lot to the viewer.”