AIA UK Excellence in Design Award 2016
Undergraduate Thesis Dissertation
The Future of Biomimicry in Architecture
OUT Scholarship Winner 2018
It is the way architecture affects the psyche that intrigues and fascinates me about design. I am an award winning creative designer with a passion for modern art, design and construction. My mathematical and scientific background has provided me with a pragmatic set of skills and knowledge. I am able adapt to any working context and pride myself on my excellent communication skills. My ‘can do attitude’ enables me to utilise my skills to achieve the best possible outcome.
I completed my Masters in Architecture at the Royal College of Art. A recipient of the AIA UK 2016 Student Award, after graduating from my bachelors I went on to work in Taiwan and the UK. Eager to continue exploring opportunities around the world, this experience fostered my interest in culture, time and space. My first year masters design project titled "The Right to Breathe" addresses the problems of "sick building syndrome" within caravans of often marginalised gypsies and travellers. It explores the relationship between Industrial Capitalism, Environmental Politics and Metabolism. The project was selected in the top 3 jury selection of The Design Film Festival in 2020.
American Institute of Architects Excellence in Design Student Award (2016)
OUT Scholarship Winner (2018)
RIBA London West Student Award Nomination (2020)
The Design Film Festival, Jury Top 3 Selection (2020)
The Design Museum & The Institute Francais
"Inbetweeness " and Aesthetic Resistance
An analysis of aesthetic style as a means of activism
CONTESTING KARIBA, ZAMBIA VS ZIMBABWE
What is real Independence when you are stuck in the shackles of the institution?
Masters History & Theory Studies