As a surface designer currently graduating from BA (Hons)
Surface Design for Fashion and Interiors at the University of Huddersfield, my passion is create original and innovative surface concepts which originate from the advancements into new technological materials. My concept of interlocking elements have been inspired by the investigation into the natural human form and prehistoric bone formations, this has enabled me to construct large scale surface designs.

Post graduation, I aim to be a freelance surface designer and continue with researching into the technological advancements in materials.

Description of Work


Inspired by the enormous scale and individual parts of dinosaur skeletons and the functionality of the human form.
Controlled by the movement of joints without connection and attachment to construct.

The main medium used is hard versatile materials such as medium density foam board (MDF). The material choice for the surfaces of the elements is very versatile and ranges from vinyl?s to wood veneers. This enhances the overall functionality of the piece and the aesthetics.

Previous exhibitions include Surface Design Show, London in 2009/2010/2011 and Knit and Stitch Show, Harrogate in 2010.