A quick thinking DESIGN MANAGER who thrives on creating order out of chaos, I keep teams on track and am energised by pushing boundaries, having served in multiple project productions within the fields photography, music, design and art publications. Playing a key role in remote research and project production has been exciting, but what drives me continues to forge a way to combine IRL and URL to achieve the best possible result for both worlds.
- LIMBO+HATCHLimbo+Hatch was born out of the idea of creatives being essential workers but more specifically that they use their digital mediums to interrogate, cultivate and reform the physical world. Through Limbo, we Hatch. Accelerated by Covid-19, creatives are building euphoric digital ecosystems where we can live fluidly and reclaim our freedom to privacy and expression. This can be seen through emerging trends in virtually augmented filters, avatars, drag performance, supernatural beauty and fragmen
- Modern Life Is RubbishThe things we download exist both virtually and physically. Content creation generates cyber scrap Our Memory aided by useless images Pollution is the new filter Our online landfills brim with digital de tri tus ..... In collaboration with London Design Festival and London College of Communications we are a collective of students and tutors making a project titled “Modern Life is Rubbish.” We are examining the ways we consume digitally on our devices in an online and offline throw away cultur
- Hurdles and Expectations Of Graduates On Their Way Into the London Creative IndustriesMajor trends - especially the ability to be connected anywhere and everywhere via technology - has changed the way companies hire employees and how they behave in the working-world. Rather than entering into lifelong loyalty to a single company, it has become normal to frequently look for new jobs with better prospects. Such behaviour is particularly noticeable with young talents. This study shows which factors influence the way young creatives apply and are scouted out of university. With t
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Projects credited in
- In the land of Shit&Sugar (publication)Bored of the visual waste landscape of minimalistic products? The book «In the land of Shit and Sugar» whisks you into a parallel universe filled with absurd goods, far away from all moral expectations and usual design conventions. Anachronistic, loud, flashy and carefree. A place where anything can be found, even that which has been banned by the style police. The stories of 100 chosen products have been analyzed, deconstructed and celebrated: without any taboos or the slightest claim on good t
Project Manager+Head of Trend Report for Trend ForecastLimbo+Hatch
London, United KingdomPart Time
Out of confusion, uncertainty and the thirst for artistic action in response to COVID-19, the project Limbo+Hatch was born. We are a group of design forecasters dedicated to providing a unique platform to share the work and discuss the impact of the global pause on visual and word artists who continue to work in this era of Coronavirus Limbo. Limbo+Hatch predicts future digital realities that capture the zeitgeist of the present pandemic.
Project Manager+ Team Leadershit&sugar
Zürich, SwitzerlandFull Time
Bored of the visual waste landscape of minimalistic products? The book «In the land of Shit and Sugar» whisks you into a parallel universe filled with absurd goods, far away from all moral expectations and usual design conventions. Anachronistic, loud, flashy and carefree. A place where anything can be found, even that which has been banned by the style police. The stories of 100 chosen products have been analysed, deconstructed and celebrated: without any taboos or the slightest claim on good taste. Welcome to the Land of Shit and Sugar!
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- Team Leadership
- Concept Creation
- Detail Orientated
- Art Direction
Bachelor in Trends and IdentityZHdK (University of Arts Zürich)
- Zürich, Switzerland
The Bachelor of Arts specialization in Trends and Identity focuses on phenomena of everyday culture, such as work and leisure, food and fashion, and pop and politics. Students learn to analyse social trends critically and shape the future accordingly.