Jasmine Vorley


London, United Kingdom
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About me

Artist, maker, 3D Design and Craft graduate, prop maker and workshop generalist. @jasminevorley


  • Woodwork
  • Ceramics
  • Mold Making
  • Adobe Indesign/illustrator/photoshop
  • Basic Metalwork
  • Laser Cutting
  • Creative Approach
  • Sculpting
  • Drawing
  • Resin Casting

People I’ve worked with

Companies I’ve worked with

  • New Designers

    New Designers

    • Design
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    The University of Brighton

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      Gigglefish Studio

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        Tonbridge Grammar School

        Work history




        Nov 2019
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Copy writer and product researcher for BuyMeOnce.com, an online store researching and selling the most durable products in the world.


        Studio Assistant

        Paul Cox Sculpture

        Oct 2017 - Oct 2019
        • Newhaven, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Worked within a small team of makers for a successful sculpture business batch-producing products for the home and garden. The main material processes I used included resin casting, painting and general machining (cutting, drilling etc.), but I was also often sandblasting, laser cutting, welding and mold making.


        Model maker/set builder

        Gigglefish Studio

        Jul 2017 - Mar 2018
        • Lancing, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • Working on making sets and models for an exciting new stop animation feature film. Working in a variety of materials to make high-quality, detailed miniatures to bring life to each meticulous scene.


        New Designers Exhibitor

        New Designers

        Jun 2017 - Jul 2017
        • Business Design Centre, London N1 0RH, UK
        • Freelance


        Creative Intern


        Jun 2016 - Oct 2016
        • Brighton, United Kingdom
        • Internship
        • As a full-time intern I undertook a variety of roles in graphic design, writing and social media for MyGreenPod magazine, a sustainable products publication distributed quarterly with the Guardian. I had to be flexible, professional and proactive, as I was trusted with representing the company in a variety of ways. Examples of tasks I carried out include designing events materials, writing press releases and short articles, pitching to potential clients over the phone, sending professional emails and managing social media accounts.


        Project Member


        Jun 2015 - Jul 2015
        • Mithras House, University of Brighton, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4AT, UK
        • Freelance
        • I took part in a collaborative project between Veolia Environmental Solutions and the University of Brighton, developing uses for their ‘Pro-Fibre’ material which is made from low-grade waste paper. The team dyed, formed, moulded, pressed, laser cut and laminated our way to some new possibilities for furniture, products and architecture.


        Feb 2015 - May 2016
        • Brighton BN2 4GB, UK
        • Freelance
        • I volunteered in my university peer proofreading service, checking around three assignments per term for international students needing support in English. Assignments would be emailed to me and I would suggest changes with the Microsoft Word 'track changes' tool, and send it back within a few days. If they wanted to, I would occasionally meet with the student to go through the changes I had suggested. I needed excellent communication skills and a high level of English.


        Jun 2014 - Sep 2014
        • Northiam, Rye TN31 6PH, UK
        • Freelance
        • Volunteered part-time at a well-known public garden, working with their full-time carpenters. I learned traditional craft methods such as wood splitting and using a drawknife, to make wooden hurdles, benches and ladders out of sweet chestnut to sell in the gift shop. Machine tools such as a circular saw were also used to speed up the production line.


        Craft Club Leader

        Tonbridge Grammar School

        Sep 2012 - May 2013
        • Tonbridge, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • I ran an after-school arts and crafts club girls aged 11-14 at my school, preparing and leading the sessions independently. This required me to organise a completely new session every week, including the sourcing of materials and information. During the classes I had to give clear, effective instruction to pupils, ensure safe working and command a degree of respect. I learned how to give students a clear aim but to give plenty of room for creativity, and how to get this balance right when designing a lesson plan.



        3D Design and Craft BA (hons)

        The University of Brighton

        Sep 2014 - Jul 2017
        • Brighton, United Kingdom
        • First class honours


        BTEC Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Art and Design

        Bournville School of Art

        Sep 2013 - Jun 2014
        • Birmingham, United Kingdom
        • Merit


        International Baccalaureate

        Tonbridge Grammar School

        Sep 2011 - Jun 2013
        • Tonbridge, United Kingdom
        • Overall score: 42/45 Visual Arts (Higher level): 6 Technology (Higher Level): 6 English Literature (Higher Level): 7 Spanish Ab Initio: 7 Psychology (Standard Level): 7 Maths Studies: 6 TOK/CAS: 3


        Sep 2006 - Jul 2011
        • Tonbridge, United Kingdom
        • Biology: A * English Language: A * Religious Studies: A * French: A * Art and Design: A * Mathematics: A * English Literature: A * ICT: A * Geography: A Physics: A * Chemistry: A * Statistics: A * Design Technology: A



        Anna-Maria Desogus Memorial Award

        The University of Brighton

        • Shortlisted


        The Design History Society Undergraduate Essay Prize

        The University of Brighton

        • Dissertation topic: 'Frisky: Sentimentality, Scale and Nature in the Miniature Animal Figurine'


        University of Brighton Merit-Based Scholarship

        University of Brighton

        • Was awarded a £1000 scholarship for outstanding academic achievement


        John Downton Award for Young Artists

        Tonbridge Grammar School

        • Highly Commended