Ninaki Priddy is a multidisciplinary designer living and working in Los Angeles.

Traditionally trained as an architect, she received her B.Arch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in 2007, and soon after launched a namesake collection of jewelry made of Sterling Silver and Gold in 2008.

Using the practices of the classical arts from sculpture, as well as rendering her forms through 3D rapid prototyping techniques, she blends the lineage of fabrication to create a timeless collection of wearable art.

Priddy has been creating sculptures for over a decade in a variety of materials including bronze, alabaster and plaster.  She is recognized for her organic interlocking forms, completing commissions for private collectors.

In 2008 she was the recipient for the Accessories Designer of the Year award by GenArt's International STYLES competition, and has since worked in the fashion industry designing jewelry for BCBG Maz Azria and LUCKY BRAND from 2013 - 2018.

She is influenced by the works of Henry Moore,  Jean Arp, Le Corbusier, Noguchi and Zaha Hadid.