Nadia Deen is a multi-disciplinary British designer and 3D storyteller. Using her background as a metalsmith, Deen explores her British culture and African heritage through the medium of metal, wood and leather, utilising both traditional hand techniques and CAD. Through her ongoing science fictional narrative, The Eth Dimension, Deen has questioned the possibilities of how we pass on love, history and legacy, and challenges the perception of what an heirloom is.
Having completed both her BA (Hons) in Jewellery & Silversmithing (LMU), and MA Fashion Artefact ( UAL) in 2016, Deen now works from her London based studio. She currently also holds a position as Artist in Residence at London Metropolitan University.