Though she began her tertiary education in mathematics and finished it as an industrial designer, Belinda was drawn at last to jewellery out of a love for working with metal. She studied silversmithing under the accomplished Swiss master Ernst Pfenninger, bringing with her ideas borrowed from fields as diverse as scientific illustration and mass manufacture - and a strong preoccupation with numbers.Belinda incorporates concepts from mathematics in nature into the organic lines of her jewellery. Her first piece of silver jewellery received a Georg Jensen design award. Since her range's debut she has been kept busy with a string of jewellery commissions, as well asexhibitions in Germany and Sydney. Her work is characterised by an inventive simplicity, meticulously executed with a distinctive blend of modern and traditional techniques.