I am a trend researcher investigating the interaction between future societies and the material world. My practice combines a keen theoretical base of research and analysis with the ability of translating abstracts into sensual visuals and tangible designs. I explore the application of design into unexpected fields such as psychology and anthropology and define myself as a Craft Sociologist and Anthropologist of the future.Locked Pro Plan feature
Arabeschi di Latte is a creative studio based in London and Milan specialised in blurring the boundaries between food and design, and using food as a communication tool. My responsibilities are actively contributing on concept development with new ideas and inspirations, researching visuals and contents under specific briefs, translating the Art Director ideas and visions into clear and impactful communications, contributing as Stylist and Junior Art Director on site.
FranklinTill Studio is a multidisciplinary creative consultancy bringing insight and forecasting to life and producing editorial publications exploring the intersection of design, material and colour futures. My role is to contribute with fresh and innovative ideas to daily brainstorming, to develop visual and conceptual research under specific briefs, to create engaging and powerful communication such as mood boards, to manage the relationship with journalists, designers and thinkers.
Material Futures is a two-year Masters course dedicated to exploring how we will live in the future through trans-disciplinary practice and expert collaboration.
This three year full time Fashion Styling & Creative Direction course trains highly skilled stylists with the ability to create new narratives covering both creative and operational strategies in the fashion and luxury business. They understand how to use media to create followers and highlight brand identity, as well as the relationship between creative and organisational areas of the brand, or company brief.