Pasha Moezzi, Professor

Pasha Moezzi


Pasha Moezzi is an mid-career jewellery artist residing in Toronto. He obtained his Fine Arts diploma from Langara College (Vancouver) and later completed his BFA in Design Arts at Concordia University (Montreal). His true passion for jewellery emerged while working at his father’s furniture-making workshop, where he made jewellery out of scrap metal. He then pursued goldsmith training at George Brown College where he graduated from the Jewellery Arts program in 2015. Afterwards Pasha was accepted as an Artist-in-Residence at Harbourfront Centre and stayed for his three year residency. He currently has a home studio and is also teaching part-time at George Brown college where he started it all. Pasha’s work has a unique style influenced by deco-industrial shapes and architectural forms, which is very evident in both his one-of-a-kind work and his production lines. He has won several awards and competitions in Canada and internationally  and has had solo and group exhibitions in Vancouver, Montreal, Toronto, New York, Dubai, Milan and Tehran.