Tongue in cheek self-help book created by examining my own questionable habits.
July Onwards 2020
Converting an old builders van into a home for me to live in during my MA.
Originally part of my plan for ‘Nomadic Making’ which has been postponed.
Winner of RSA Competition
After presenting to a panel of judges U.F.O. has been chosen for the legal and general award.
See more here
Working during lockdown on a project about travel was interesting. I started to look at my project as more of a journey itself which helped me explore new avenues and themes.
U.F.O. Food Trailer
Working with Diversity Business Incubator to create an eye-catching mobile dining experience.
Eyewear as Jewellery
Developing a design to prototype during my 4 week internship with OWP in Passau, Germany.
China Summer School
Working with students from Jiangnan University – ‘Healthcare design for the aging population’.
Displaying my Hisashi table at Bovey Tracey craft fair. A weekend learning how to sell and talk to potential customers.
For more information about the craft festival click here
A short mixed-media animation inspired in style by Terry Gilliam’s film Brazil (1985).
Watch the full short here
The ‘Mokoshi’ table, inspired by Japanese architecture. Revisited the project in June to refine for the Craft Festival.
‘Horizon’ wall lighting – gentle curves and an led lighting strip that’s glow radiates from the centre.
Opti Trade Fair
Travelling to Munich to meet the OWP Head of Design Dagmar Hagan and see my winning eyewear design on display.
Working Metal Prototype
Working with University alumni Connor Brodie to take my CAD drawings and turn them into an intricate working metal prototype to be displayed in Munich.
Time Capsule Pendants
A project about inter-generational communication devices. ‘Ancestree’ is a digital and analogue time capsule that builds a family history.
Winning 1st Place OWP Competition
Winning first place with my CAD drawing of eyewear frame design that allows users to change the lenses with ease.
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Creating a business plan to go alongside the tent prototype, pitching the idea at my BETA Enterprise Course and completing business training with Dr Marta Hawkins.
Folding Festival Tents
Working with the theme of ‘Waste’, looking at an umbrella-style folding tent and business model that aims to tackle festival tent waste.
Specifically looking at hand crafted Mortise and Tenon joints, working with a range of woods from Pine and Ash, to Oak and Padauk.
Entering the Futon Small Space Furniture Awards with a 3-Way Table concept that is a low coffee table with structural cushions.
Working for a live client – Block Design. Making colourful trays that encourage users to dine alfresco and enjoy the outdoors.