Designer/maker with a diverse background having studied Architecture at the Bartlett School of
Architecture University College London, before gaining a Masters Degree in Design from Central Saint Martins in London.
Surfaces are manipulated to create sculptural objects. The works are ‘Wearable Drawings’ by using planes and lines forms are suggested, capturing volumes, transforming 2D surfaces into 3D objects. With precise geometry the pieces investigate how volumes, patterns, planes and forms are seen. Movement is crucial as the relationship between the body and objects is explored
Work is produced by combining a broad range of skills, combining digital and hand processes and using 3D body scanning Rhino alongside hand drawings and making skills. This way of working has led to interdisciplinary projects, teaching workshops and skills sharing including 2015 ‘Parallel Practices’ with Informatics at Kings College London and the Crafts Council and 2016 residency with the British Council.
Work exhibited internationally and showcased in major galleries. Examples include the Saatchi Gallery in London with ‘COLLECT’, The Museum of Arts and Design in New York and the Museum of Fine Art in Montreal. Commissioned in 2015 by the Royal Academy of Arts, London to produce a range of limited edition jewellery alongside their exhibition, ‘Sensing Spaces: Architecture Re imagined’.
Fitzwilliam Museum, Collection, Cambridge, UK
- Walnut wood neckpiece bought from Contemporary Applied Arts Gallery, London
- Walnut wood wristpiece commissioned by Fitzwilliam Museum.
Aberdeen Art gallery and Museum Collection, Aberdeen UK
- Walnut wood and silver neckpiece bought from the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
2008 - 2010
MA DESIGN – JEWELLERY
Central Saint Martins,
University of the Arts London, UK
2003 - 2006
BSC ARCHITECTURE (HONS)
The Bartlett School of Architecture,
University College London, UK