I am an imaginative Fashion Designer whose work sits in the hybrid space across the three dimensional design landscape
In 2010 I completed my MA at Kingston University.
When designing I take inspiration from abstract images and forms, looking at the shapes within these to inform my garment shapes and silhouettes.
Looking at the interrelation and interplay between flat and 3D structural shapes and forms with the body central, within the process of creation new silhouettes emerge and form counter forms that arise through human interaction and engagement.
I have an eye for originality and innovation, and strive to achieve this within my work, creating unusual pieces, with bold silhouettes and forms.
With a strong focus on the concept of multifunctional and interchangeable clothing which is a running theme throughout my work. To me it is as much about process as it is about product, recently I have been looking in depth at the generative series, at how we assemble, create, perform and transform as an infinite and continuous series in itself.