Jacqui Chan is a contemporary jeweler from New Zealand. Her initial studies in architecture have informed her approach to jewelry, both in terms of its material production and its relation to bodies and places. Both the making and wearing of jewelry are vital parts of her practice. Her work has been selected for exhibitions in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Germany and Norway. She is based in Melbourne where she is undertaking a practice-based PhD at RMIT University. Her research examines the relation between jewelry and the city, experimenting with ways of feeding off and feeding back into the urban context.