Corrine Hunt

Corrine Hunt

Corrine Hunt was born in 1959, in Alert Bay on Cormorant Island near the North-eastern tip of Vancouver Island, BC. She has lived in Vancouver since 1975, where she attended Simon Fraser University and majored in Anthropology.

Her maternal uncle, Norman Brotchie, piqued her interest with his beautiful hand carved jewellery and was instrumental in introducing her to the Kwakwaka'waka art history. Corrine has been designing jewellery as a master crafter since 1985, and was awarded the National Aboriginal Achievement award in 2011.

In 2010 Corrine had the distinct honor of co-designing the Olympic Medals which featured the Orca and Raven, her crest animals.

She is a member of the Raven 'Gwa'wina' Clan from Ts'akis, a Kwakiutl village on Vancouver Island. Her paternal grandmother, A'neesla'ga' was a Tlingit noblewoman from Alaska. The Hunt family heritage has been doubly endowed with both the Kwatiutl and Tlingit traditions as evident in Corrine's exceptional creations. She works and resides with her partner in Vancouver, BC

Instock Processing Time: 2 - 5 days

Inquired Processing Time: 4 - 6 weeks