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Our Relationship with Nature

My project highlights the need for nature in our lives, not only through spending time outdoors, but also reflected through design in our homes too. To be surrounded by objects that we appreciate and enjoy creates a more productive and happier environment. I explore natures texture, form, and material through photography, drawing and making, leading to a proposed collection of unique lighting that represents this research process. Living in a world of mass consumerism has created more homogeneity of products, leading to valueless designs. Opposing this, I wanted to create unique and meaningful products. Using nature to influence my work through form and material, I chose to work with wood because of its primitive familiarity, warmth of colour and sustainability. The process in which a product has come from holds greater value than the item itself, and being mindful of this allows you to appreciate such objects and hopefully question the ethicality of other objects and businesses.

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Moon Gate

Commission Piece

Corten steel garden sculpture



This project explores texture through  a variety of precesses,using the elements of the earth as inspiration. Each side represents either, earth, air, fire and water.

Made from mild steel.


Hidden Gem

The focus of this project was to create a collection that is initialy deceiving and makes you question material and process. At first glance it can be mistaken for expensive jewels, but in reality is something we throw out daily.

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