Jacky Puzey is a contemporary embroidery artist, whose work sits at the intersection of design and art. Jacky combines traditional skills with digital technology to stitch stunning 3D tableaus in rich, vibrant colours that flow across significant striking wall screens, statement furniture and embroidered wallpaper. Her work fuses fur, feathers, velvet and organza with digital embroidery and unique fabrics of her own design, to create touch-me textures and to bring her pieces alive. From feathered interior screens to shimmering metallic bomber jackets, Jacky’s creations combine references to classical mythology, hints of baroque decadence and a nod to punk rebellion. Squirrels chatter, leopards prowl and parakeets pirouette in Jacky’s feral pageant. This distinctive style drives Jacky’s creativity and her desire to keep innovating, from new embroidery possibilities to embracing new quality sustainable materials.
Jacky Puzey Embroidery Ltd is based in Bristol and works at the forefront of creative digital embroidery, designing and making statement embroidered artworks, furniture and wallcovering for a global luxury clientele, from boutique hotels to private residences. Jacky works to commission with interior designers, fashion designers, artists, architects, film & TV, private clients and collectors. She consistently pushes the boundaries of her craft, and her company is known for creativity, innovation and craftsmanship. Recent exciting pieces include the Paravent screen for the NoMad Hotel London, working with Watts of Westminster, and a bespoke artwork for the reception of the Villa Rosewood Magna in Madrid, located opposite Madrid’s famous Prado Gallery.

Jacky is part of Design-Nation, presenting at The Future of Craft, Oxo Tower Wharf for London Craft Week.