About Lori Hakim

Lori creates contemporary jewellery with a distinctive personality and tactile quality. Influenced by vintage colour combinations, bold patterns and kitsch objects, Lori fuses traditional techniques in her practice. She has a playful approach to making, injecting her pieces with strong silhouettes and spontaneity. Created in her Mornington Peninsula studio her pieces incorporate enamelling, casting, painting and 3D printing.

Lori has a diverse educational background, holding a fashion design diploma from RMIT, a Bachelor of Business and Visual Arts (Marketing /Jewellery) from Monash University, and an Advanced Diploma in Jewellery and Object Design from Melbourne Polytechnic. Her graduate work at Monash University was recognised with the D.W. Rodgers prize for excellence in applied arts. Lori has exhibited her work in various group exhibitions, including Journal Works, Radiant Pavilion, Fresh! MFW, and Here Today Gone Tomorrow.