I have begun working with the team at the Helix Centre.
Blastproof is my final project at the Royal College of Art, its core aim is to reduce the number of injuries caused by landlines and the barriers they create. The projects aim is to produce a better understanding of the disruption these deadly devices have on the development of post war economies and to propose … Read More
I am back in the UK after a stint of work in Madagascar with the Loowatt team, Since rejoining the team in May i have been helping to further develop their waterless toilet in preparation for the next set of trials due to commence next October in Antananarivo, The pilot is supported by a grant … Read More
Over the past week I have been working in James Irvine’s studio based in Milan. This work placement was organised for me by the RSA and allowed me access to James for feedback on my work and to help me develop ideas whilst in his studio. The week was a great opportunity to gain insight … Read More
Go Global is annual collaboration organized by the RCA, which this year was held with the National Institute of Design at their campus in Ahmedabad, India. All projects focussed on the subject of craft, During our stay in India, we visited many Indian craftsmen and Artisans whose skills ranged from painters, bell makers and weavers … Read More
For my dissertation, I plan to explore and understand the appropriate role of designers in addressing problems of those living in poverty, and examine what methods and approaches we should use in design to deliver the most relevant and successful plans that can be implemented in a sustainable manner. My interest in the subject comes … Read More
I have joined a new start-up company called Loowatt, based at Imperial College. I will be working with a team of Royal College of Art graduates on the development and commercialization of a Waterless Toilet System. The project blog can be found here. Update – The project recived a grant from the Gates Foundation In … Read More
After an exciting 3 months working for Troika on installations for One Dot Zero and the British Pavilion in Shanghai I will be leaving to spend more time with Brunel University on the commercialization of my degree project.