A highly creative, enthusiastic colourful textile design graduate specialising in Embroidery. Combining a love for music, global culture and visions of our natural world. Materials are unapologetic and luxurious using maxamalist approaches exploring a range of techniques from all textile disciplines. Before university I travelled across the world and fell in love with our planet and its people. From the tropical city of Rio De Janiero, remote coast lines of Western Australia to the hustle bustle of Mumbai, I was experiencing raw life whether it be vibrant cultures or scenic nature. The landscapes North India inspired me to return home and study textile design, high altitude Himalayan mountain ranges, colourful remote landscapes and the eccentric dressed people of Ladakh inspired me follow my dream.Locked Pro Plan feature
Assisting the creation of hand-made bespoke wedding dresses. I mainly worked using hand embroidery and embellishment techniques which were then appliqued onto the extravagant dresses.
I worked with kids from the favelas playing sport, teaching English and art. I took part in renovating the areas, which included painting streets, gardening, painting murals, and generally cleaning up the area.
I worked alongside locals from Rio De Janieros favelas preparing the costumes for the Carnival parade. I worked from a main prototype gluing and sewing each detail to create the main product.
I was selected to compete in the 2017 Fashanne awards hosted by Gok Wan and East Midlands TV. My garments were features in the catwalk show and my portfolio was judged by industry professionals.
I was nominated by my tutors so be interviewed by the TEXPRINT panel of industry professionals.
Our team 'Gradient Flow' won the first team award. I came second out of the individual 16 students which meant i was able to go out to South Africa to experience to process of Mohair, from goat to yarn.