Hi! I just graduated from a Bachelor of Interaction Design Arts at the University of the Arts London. I am a passionate and enthusiastic creative that enjoys working in a fast-paced environment. I like to solve aesthetic issues as well as looking at potential solutions to global problems. My double nationality plays a key role in my creative thinking. I grew up in-between French and German cultures, speak fluently English and started practising Spanish. When not sitting at the desk you will find me on my bicycle exploring the city.Locked Pro Plan feature
Red meat has a very high carbon footprint. However, some fruits and vegetables can also have a major impact on the environment depending on the conditions they were grown. 'Carbon FoodPrint' is an interactive installation that visualises the environmental impact of sandwiches by translating CO2 data in car-driven miles. At first sight, sandwiches all look pretty similar; yet comparing their impact can reveal surprising conclusions. This installation communicates the importance of factoring in location, season, climate and agriculture practices to make a more exact evaluation. The aim of this project is to make these numbers more tangibles to the general public.
To celebrate the 150 years of the Periodic Table, I have created a piece of interactive work for the Science Museum Late (an event that happens on the last Wednesday of every month at the Science Museum in London).
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When does waste become waste? Is waste associated with a physical space? In that sense, does an object become waste from the moment you throw it into the bin? Or does waste only exist as a process? Or maybe waste does not exist? Waste could also be an immaterial concept? Or maybe waste does only exist in a subjective manner? Is it a question of perceptions? One could then argue whether waste is a matter of insignificance and excess? This short documentary explores the different meanings of waste.