Denver native Kim Harrell is a studio silversmith, goldsmith and jewelry designer. She moved to London in 1989 and received her formal training as a silversmith at London Metropolitan University and, subsequently, ran a successful studio practice producing contemporary tableware and jewelry sold in prestigious venues such as Fortnum & Mason, Selfridges, Liberty’s and the Victoria & Albert Museum shop. Harrell returned to Colorado in 2003 and opened East End Applied Arts gallery but after seven years shifted to refocus on her studio practice incorporating commission work, teaching, and design development of current and new collections. Her clients include HSBC, plc; Bacardi-Westbay; Chivas Regal; Xcel Energy and the Denver Art Museum and her work can be found in private collections throughout the United States, the United Kingdom and Channel Islands, Ireland and Norway. Domesticity has not escaped her and she lives with her husband, their three daughters and a lovable German Shorthaired Pointer in Aurora, CO.