I am interested in how technology uncovers our relationship with our environment and sense of belonging.  Looking at primitive processes and materials to create tactile objects and spaces.

Having studied Product Design at Central Saint Martins in London, and trained as a furniture maker, process and material is an important part of each piece. Giving insight into how we wish to control our environment. I thrive on people’s interaction with the outcome and want to rekindle a feeling of wonder at our environment through our senses. Learning through making.

The work began being shown internationally as part of Museum of Modern Art’s ‘Design and the Elastic Mind’ in New York, as objects on the cusp of art and design. It has since moved into public spaces in France and the UK, providing nomadic and intimate interactions. Taking residencies in the Newlyn Art Gallery in Cornwall, Linz, Austria, Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale in Norway have given an opportunity to respond directly to landscapes.

More recently I have been collaborating and making furniture!