Driven by sustainability and serious about playfulness, I develop beautiful, colourful and ethical products for you and your home.
I create and make charming objects with character using sustainable and local resources, hand-crafted to treasure and designed to make you smile!
Kano kits are a simple and playful way to build computers, by making it more easy, accessible for everyone from children to adults.
The kit includes a Raspberry Pi, accessories and a wireless keyboard that I was asked to redesign alongside MAP Project Office.
The Keyboard had to embrace the brand ethos as well as being practical for coding. Let's get coding!
Special Projects created the Bit Planner, a physical and digital time planner made out of lego bricks that magically synchronises with any cloud based calendar to help you better organise your projects and get more out of every day.
The Bit Planner is a wall-sized legoboard where every row represents a month, every column represents a day of the week, every project has its own colour, and each brick represents a half day spent on that particular project.
I was asked by the lovely special projects to work on this project as a maker, building one of those calendars and also playing with lego!
Knee Deep Festival
Knee deepis a small and colourful festival in Cornwall celebrating emerging talent across the arts. This year Sthephanie Webb the creative director of the event wanted to make a stop motion animation of the posters created by Alexander Medelto promote the event.
Alongside Stephanie I took part in the making of the paper props. I was also on set for the shooting of the animation moving shapes a frame at a time, about 300 times!
Knee Deep Festival 2018
"What if instead of adding, one redistributes what is there already ?"
Scarcity is a project by Paulo Goldstein who was commissioned by Jeremy Till, dean of Central Saint Martins to redesign a meeting room following the principle of his project: Repair is beautiful.
As a member of his team my role was to work on the furniture, to assemble and make them out of the parts we previously found in London's streets.
Ma Jolie Epicerie
Ma jolie épicerie make playful and educational baking kits for little ones. Every box comes with locally sourced and organic ingredients, fun baking accessories, and a booklet with the recipe, a few games and activities to learn about sustainable agriculture while it’s cooking.
My role for this brand was to create a logo and a brand identity as well as some illustrations for their booklet and website. I also had a play with prop sourcing and styling those photos.