The Microjewels draw inspiration from the idea of a future ecology, in which nature has been supplemented by semi-organic forms of life, and the human body has been altered to accept permanent modifications to become Posthuman. Through climate change and other environmental disasters, many of the natural wonders of our world are endangered. The splendour of rarefied ecological systems, such as the Great Barrier Reef, might be forever lost. In response to this gradual erosion of natural diversity and beauty, my work draws its aesthetic influences from the realms of the macroscopic. Current digital fabrication technologies are used in combination with craft methodologies to translate organic structures and their irregularities into jewellery objects that reflect the intricacies of an organic system. Combining chromic smart materials with tactile silicone provides multifaceted colour transitions that react to the human body and the environment in equal measures. Microelectronic elements are used to imbue the jewellery with life, manifested through pulsating, breathing lights, and sensors that intimately connect the object to the body of its wearer by measuring touch, light and pressure. Delicate wire growths envelop crystalline features - with the complexity of mould these Microjewels emerge from and respond to their surroundings like glittering, geometric microcosms.