Jamie Look is a third generation northern Canadian woman who has been designing jewellery for the past fifteen years. This designer is well known in her ability to cut and highlight textural and colour components found in Muskox horns as well as its beautiful natural formations.
Each piece created is showcased by extruding the colour and textural elements of theses materials only found in the NWT and Nunavut. Studying under internationally recognized families of Indigenous carvers and sculptors she has incorporated this beautiful craftsmanship into her own luxurious style.
In curating, Jamie Look has made space for northern designers, crafts people, film makers, models and performers on a national platform multiple times through out her 15 year career.
These custom pieces have been worn by Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq at her Polaris Prize winning performance in Toronto 2015. As well as by Juno award winner Dene Songstress Leela Gilday and have been seen at high profile events such as the Indspire Awards and the Indigenous Music Awards.
Featured in July 2014 by The Globe & Mail’s STYLE as the one of twelve brightest Canadian style setters. She has also been featured in the Ottawa Citizen and on the CBC network numerous times.