Our Team

Bibianna Cheung

Creative Director

Bibianna “Bibi” Cheung is a master of designing excellent jewellery. Her personable and enthusiastic style is legendary at Asimi Art. Trained in London, the jewelry design and manufacturing capital of the world, Bibi shares her deep experience in one of the most competitive jewelry markets in the world. Bibi brings a passion for design and technology through on-trend expertise, and allows Asimi to produce award-winning products for its clients.

Bibi was trained at Sir John Cass in London from 1989 and graduated her Master of Art in Applied and Visual Culture in Jewellery at 1996. For over 25 years, Bibi has had strong technical, commercial and management experience in jewelry design, production, training and marketing.

Master of Arts – Applied Art and Visual Culture, Branding, High Jewellery Design and Manufacture
London Guildhall University (Sir John Cass)
1994 – 1996

Postgraduate Certificate with Distinction – Silversmithing, Jewellery & Allied Crafts, Branding, High Jewellery Design and Manufacture
London Guildhall University (Sir John Cass)
1994 – 1995

Extended study – Silversmithing, Jewellery & Allied Crafts, Diamond Mounting (Metal Work), Fine Jewellery Design, Precious Stone Setting & Hand Engraving
London Guildhall University (Sir John Cass)
1992 – 1994

First Prize – Fine Jewellery Design and Craftsmanship
1996 – British Jewellers’ Association (BJA)

First Prize – Fine Jewellery Design and Craftsmanship
1996 – The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths

First Prize – Andrew Diamonds Design Award
1995 – Judged by De Beers Diamond International

First Prize – Corum watch bracelet design
1995 – Saunders and Shepherd’s

Second Prize – Fine Jewellery Design
1995 – David Morris Awards

1994 De Beers Diamond Engagement Ring Collection, sponsored by Boodle & Dunthorne
1994 – De Beers Diamonds International

Winning piece toured in a national exhibition in the UK,and were finally exhibited at Liberty’s of Regent Street, London.

First Prize – Fine Jewellery Design
1994 – David Morris

First Prize – Fine Jewellery Design and Craftsmanship
1994 – The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths

First Prize – Pearl Jewellery Design
1994 – Jerwood Foundation

Second Prize – CORUM watch bracelet design competition
1994 – Saunders & Shepherd’s

Invited and attended a “Celebratory dinner to mark 125th anniversary of Saunders & Shepherd”, at Goldsmith’s Hall, London.

Second Prize – Craftsmanship in Diamond Mounting
1994 – David Morris

Second Prize – Hand Engraving in Sterling Silver
1994 – Jerwood Foundation

Two designs selected for Swarovski Designers Scribble Book 1994
1994 – Daniel Swarovski

Katerina Spinos profile on Asimi Art

Katerina Spinos

Marketing and Stylist Manager

As our in-house wordsmith, Katerina leads with her passion for literature and the arts.  She effortlessly matches words and imagery to tell stories from the studio and events our team partakes in. She takes charge of our online presence with style, delivering our latest news to the public. This knowledge, together with her eye for detail, that lets her truly understand what our clients seek in Asimi’s services. Deeply influenced by her experience in luxury goods and jewellery environments, her role extends to CAD/CAM technology, including 3D laser scanning and rapid prototyping, and graphic design.

She is a recipeint of L’Ecole Van Cleef & Arpels Legacy Program 2016 in Paris.

Harris Spinos

Technical Manager

Harris’s background crosses over CAD/CAM, gemology and photography. The unique mixture of his keen ability to articulate visual matter, his bright spark and his enthusiasm makes him a delight to work with clients. From an early age, he gravitated to the jewellery world and became especially intrigued by gemstones. Harris has done intensive Rhino software training in Hong Kong.

In 2019, Harris was awarded the prestigious Gemological Institute of America (GIA) Graduate Diamond certificate. Currently he is  studying the art of lapidary in Bangkok.

Get in Touch

info@asimiart.com               Hong Kong: +852 97122181