I am a London-based designer that specialises in narrative environments, ranging from work in commercial spaces to museum design.

I began my academic career at Oxford Brookes where I studied a BA degree in Interior Architecture. Here I learnt the fundamentals of spatial design as well as measuring and representing our subjective experience of space through materials, light and form . Following this, I pursued an MA at Central Saint Martins in Narrative Environments where I grasped the critical and theoretical understandings that now complement my work. My skills and interests are not exclusive to a single professional title and I consider my practice multidisciplinary. I have worked on a range of projects scaling from exhibition, set and interior architectural design to conducting social research and community engagement projects. Thus far I have worked with brands, councils, cultural institutions, and private clients, namely De Beers Group, Camden Council and ARUP.  

My practice responds to the growing need for collaborative and socially engaged work within cultural, community and commercial environments. By layering story, time, and space, I create deep and meaningful connections that transform the visitor experience. I believe that perception of space surpasses the physical; it influences our wellbeing and encapsulates the human experience. Through my work I aim to listen and tell stories using space as my medium.

I am always interested in connecting, collaborating and sharing ideas, so please get in touch!