I enjoy challenging contemporary issues by mixing and matching my skills and experience to each project. Whether that's campaigns and animation or hosting events and copywriting. Armed with a degree mixed between the UK and the Netherlands, I can match you with a diverse perspective on projects. This has led to me to write about the archiving of British Asians in the LGBTQ+ community to using pizza to challenge feedback in design education. Right now, I'm collaborating to launch London’s chapter of the Fuse Directory (https://fusemcr.com) to help amplify the voices of fellow BIPOC creatives. I’m also getting ready to start a Critical Design Residency with the School of Speculation at the end of this month. I love to mix with new people, especially if you’re hiring, so let’s match. email@example.com
- Own Your PartsWith teenage girls losing interest in STEM at the age of 15, Teen Vogue, Case for HER and Touchy-Feely Tech are revolutionising science lessons. Introducing Own Your Parts, a class taught by trained female and non-binary STEM graduates creating a buzz about STEM by learning all the elements of building a vibrator. Pleasure and sexual wellness shouldn’t be sex education. It should just be education.
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Projects credited in
- Falmouth University, BA(Hons) Graphic DesignThe course aims to produce adaptive and curious thinkers who can respond to the continually evolving societal and business needs of our contemporary world with purposeful and innovative graphic design solutions. Personal development and direction is nurtured through our studio community, so they can build the reflective, intellectual, critical and craft skills appropriate for their idea and its delivery; to provoke change and challenge the creative industry and the subject's future. https://www33
- Creative BlockA collaborative zine with an integrated poster design to help the overwhelmed creative when they face that inevitable creative block. Despite what we might think, putting restrictions in place can help us get to grips with what's in front of us. Instead of trying to solve the whole thing at once, taking things step by step, the reader is led through a process that makes the metaphoric creative block increasingly manageable, until eventually it is comfortable to hold, pivot and carry with freedom
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