After studying philosophy and history, Tamara Greindl worked for six years in the world of classical music. As a self-taught artist, she developed a growing passion for artistic jewellery to which she decided to devote herself exclusively in 2007. In 2016, she was called upon to create a collection of themed jewellery for Suez Environnement. She opens her PMC bag and the idea comes to her to use plastic bottles. This is how the first necklace in polymer petals was born. Seduced by the plastic material, its transparency and light, the organic shapes it allows and its strong symbolic impact, she decides to take her artistic project further. The jewel becomes decorative vegetation, then sculpture and mural work.