Designer / Prototyper
As new technological products and services become more and more complex, my interests as a designer lie in dissecting these complexities and distilling them into simple and unique physical forms. Grounded in the domestic space, often the first port of call for new technologies to impact our lives, these forms manifest as IoT appliances, mirrors, salesman suitcases, workshops, and even rooms from the future. I hold a BA in Product Design from Central Saint Martins, and an MA in Interaction Design from Goldsmiths, University of London. From 2015 to 2018 I worked as a designer prototyper for the acclaimed futures design practice Superflux. Over the years I have shown work at the: Tate Exchange, Asia Culture Center, V&A, Vitra Design Museum, CCCB, and more. And led talks and workshops in Montréal, Canada to Shanghai, China. I was one of the delegates of the ‘Living Research 2018’ programme by The British Council, exploring maker culture in China.