“Informed by uncontrollable photography techniques, my practice mainly explores approaches to mark-making and surface design through chance, process and abstraction. I am interested in challenging perceptions of materiality and what is seen as ‘textile’.
Throughout my final year at university, I have developed my own media of substrates using the likes of pva glue, silicones and plastics. this has enabled further investigations into tactility, tanglibility and aesthetics; and has allowed me to reinvent and redesign my own approach to sensory surface design.
Studying on a craft course has taught me the importance of the handmade. Skilled, time-invested, high quality craftmanship is integral to my ethos as a designer. Consequently, i strive to achieve a constant high standard of work, and invest great a commitment into perfecting my practice.”