I design and curate spaces, programmes, and ways of relating to materials, through varied methodologies and practices including collaborations, experiences, workshops, objects and archives. As a designer-curator, I work with partners and clients to excavate insights, cultivate connections, and develop design work that facilitates and clarifies their vision and impact. Building on my training in industrial design, and over five years of creating and leading a wide variety of cultural and creative projects, I have refined a practice centred in craft, collaboration, learning, and human/non-human ecologies.
In my personal practice, I always return to the intersections of design, ecology, and culture - developing public work from bodies of research that focus on contextualising our relationships to materials, sustainability and systems. Fundamentally, I believe that centuries of design practices have disconnected us from the reality of materials in global systems (both human and non-human), and I want to create and be involved in resilient futures.