I'm a print, textile and surface designer with experience in the fashion, stationery, and homeware sectors. I received my BA in fine arts and sustainable fashion and fine art from New York University and Parsons School of Design, and my MA in art and science from Central Saint Martins. My work involving textiles and scent received the The Daniel Ford Award for Innovation at the Central Saint Martins 2017 MA degree show. I was subsequently selected to participate in an artist residency in Japan at The Kyoto Saga University, where my practice explored scent and textiles in Japanese culture.
I use both hand-drawn and digital techniques to create placement prints and repeat patterns, through which I've developed a keen eye for aesthetics, colours, and textures that resonate with clients and customers. Over the years, I’ve honed my skills in print development, pattern design, colourway generation, and creating cohesive collections that cater to different markets. Recently, I had a lot of fun designing a hot sauce print for Lucy & Yak, which combined my love for hot sauce and passion for ethical fashion.
Additionally, I create bright beaded jewellery and accessories that compliment my vibrant patterns and prints.