I'm a London based Design & Interaction graduate from UAL: Central Saint Martins. I work creatively with code, 2 & 3D moving image, AR, VR & typography.
As a keen science enthusiast, much of my design work looks to explore & translate difficult to pin-down principles in science. This I believe, Is where some truly exciting & original work can be created to aid both science & design.
Talking this approach to an increasingly complex, data fuelled world, I feel that across so many industries the will to simplify, make sense and communicate ideas is central to optimal user experience.
I see the role of design in unwrapping this complexity as vital & feel that design can in turn learn a great deal from being part of cutting-edge discourse concerning inquiries at the forefront of science & technology.
I am the very proud recipient of three D&AD New Blood Awards pencils (one in 2017 & two in 2018). I've been shortlisted in Communication Arts 'Best In Typography' awards and had my work featured in Frieze, Digital Arts and Creative Review magazines.
Recently I was selected as a winner in The Design Kids 2018 global portfolio awards as well as winning Central Saint Martins 2018 'Design For Dance' poster design and Degree Show Identity competitions.
My work for 'I Don't Know Her Name But I Know Her Work' in association with UAL and the London Transport Museum has been added to the Central Saint Martins gallery permanent collection.