Originally from London, I studied product design at Central Saint Martins before working for several years at Pentagram Design for Daniel Weil on product, packaging and consultancy. I moved base to Hong Kong after travelling around China in search of traditional crafts. Here, I worked for international, local and start-up companies on a variety of projects. This has included research and consultancy for Air China with JPA, the Global Design Awards for the Hong Kong Design Association, and working on the brand development and marketing strategies of a parabolic solar cooker for One Earth Designs.
Work-aside, my creative skills get called into action on personal projects in collaboration with friends. In London bringing design to grass-root art events, and currently in Hong Kong, a wooden toy puzzle “Orochen Forest Family” inspired by a nomadic ethnic minority group in China.