The Lunar Drift collection was first born out of my obsession with finding a new 'investment' watch. Having gotten by with 'just okay' watches all my life, I decided it was time (excuse the pun) to dedicate the effort and investment to finding a quality watch I truly loved, that I would be happy to wear every day for the next decade.
In my search, I quickly fell in love with moon phase watches, and instead got distracted by pursuing the different ways we can bring to life the phases of the moon, which given it's pull over the tide makes a natural connection to botanical life under the sea. The corals and shells depicted in these designs are inspired by photographing the seaweed washing up on the tide on Australia's coastlines, captured on a family holiday up North.
And no, I still have not bought a new watch.