| Akvile's metalwork is focused on the concepts of minimalism & sustainability while using traditional techniques in modern ways. It often takes a critical view of social issues, therefore she creates work with the intention to ask questions about gender, sexuality, jewellery and the body. She is particularly interested in challenging social norms surrounding jewellery: in both how it is worn and by whom. To do this she has tried to move away from dated ideas of separating adornments into either 'masculine' or 'feminine' by creating gender neutral pieces.
Her inspirations range from exploring everyday surroundings to taking inspiration from fashion forms and more architectural designs. From this she works to refine her pieces to elegant simplicity. Working primarily in recycled Ecosilver she aims for her jewellery to be for any age, lifestyle or simply anyone with strong sense of style and personal aesthetic. Ultimately she just really hopes that her jewellery empowers people in some capacity.