Jonathan Boyd is an Artist and Jeweller working in a variety of material specialising in conceptual work and complex lost wax casting techniques. The works he creates and exhibits looks to explore the relationships between the sculptural, art, design and the wearable. To explore these relationships he use language and its connection with environment, the person and object as a set of complex narratives. Recent works look at how language and environment overlap, how the city and environment comes to shape and define us. His works have now started to incorporate image and text with the imagery coming from photographs and films he makes in and around the city. Other narratives and themes that run through his work are, value, perception, craft, film and the digital.


In 2014 Jonathan designed and was lead fabricator on the Commonwealth Games medals, pins, packaging and VIP commemorative coins.


Since 20017 Jonathan has been a lecturer at The Royal College of Art, previously he was a lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art for 8 years.


His work can be found in the private and public collections internationally, including: The V&A Museum London, Spencer Museum USA, Nelson-Atkins Museum USA, Akansas Arts Centre USA, The Transport Museum Glasgow,The Scottish Parliament,The Goldsmiths Company,The Royal College of Art and Glasgow School of Art.