My work revolves around people’s interactions with space and ephemeral interventions. My ultimate goal is to shift peoples perspective of an environment provoking different sensations and experiences., and design for a better utilise our environments. I embrace an experimental approach in my design process. Currently, working as a freelancer. Previously, I was working as an interior design assistant at JR Design. I have worked with companies such as 4D Projects, Bompas & Parr and V&A. Available for new projects, collaborations and a cup of coffee.
As a freelancer, I worked on a diversity of projects. They ranged from concept development, events and exhibitions production, visual merchandising and set designing for companies such as V&A, Bompas & Parr, ROAR and 4D Projects.
At JR Design my primary role is to give support to a Senior Interior Designer. I am responsible for materials and suppliers research, sample orders, drawings and visuals of concepts, mood boards, projects schedules and production.
Bompas & Parr challenged me to excel my multi-tasking abilities. There I engaged with concept research, production, prop making, CAD drawings, set dressing and running events.
Play the City is a planning consultancy focused on the use of gaming in solving complex urban development issues. At Play the City, I contributed to the research, development and design of the games.
At Timur Kim, I learnt how a fashion collection is produced. The fast pace of the fashion industry improved my flexibility and my ability to deal with problems that come with the production.
The V&A has proved the value of learning and sharing knowledge in the work environment, where every day I am introduced to something new.
At Zeppelin Films, I performed tasks such as research, concept creation, preparing presentations, production and set running. I had the opportunity to work for brands such as Fiat, Citroen, Brahma and Sony.