I am a designer engaged in social and cultural matters. In my work, I develop tools, services and formats for society to adopt, use and in some cases modify to improve their wellbeing. I often function in the space between Sociology, speculative design and science; feeling compelled to dive into the impact of certain advancements that are already in play to help us have a conscious hand in how we shape our future. Public engagement is key to my work as I enjoy finding creative ways of disseminating knowledge and probing questions in a way that is personally relevant to individuals and their daily lives. I trained as a designer at “Design Academy Eindhoven” in Holland. British by Nationality I have spent ten years living abroad in Vienna (Austria), Amsterdam and Eindhoven (Netherlands). Since graduating in 2018 I have been working for 'The Center for Genomic Gastronomy' and 'The Office of Life And Art'. Both are art and design-led think tanks busy with the future of human food systems, technology and culture.


2013-2018 / Design Academy Eindhoven [Eindhoven,NL]
Department: Man and well being
Bachelor in Design

2012-1013 / Gerrit Rietveld Academy [Amsterdam, NL]
Art and Design foundation

2010-2011 / National Design Academy [Nottingham,UK]
Interior design diploma

2007 - 2008 / Lewes Sixth Form College [Lewes,UK]
1 AS Level

2004 - 2006 / BHASVIC Sixth Form College [Brighton,UK]
3 A Levels


2018 - Present / The Center For Genomic Gastronomy [DUBLIN, IE]
Studio assistant and researcher.
Responsibilities include: 2D/3D design, curatorial/scientific/culinary Research , Programming and production

Oct 2018 / "Three Days of Fat" Exhibition. [London,UK]
A collaboration between Thought Collider, Arne Hendricks and the Department of Nutritional Sciences at King's.
Responsibilities include: A/V, general exhibition set up, featured guest invitations, Audience participation, podcasting advice.