Achievements

CREATIVE CONSCIENCE 2019


My project Oral-Bamboo was commended by Creative Conscience; a design competition which awards environmentally and socially sustainable design.

Creative Conscience
SWWDS Awards

SWDDS AWARDS 2019


I recently entered my project Second Chance into the South West Design + Digital Student Awards, run by Proctor + Stevenson where it was selected as a finalist of the competition, and then eventually as a winner of the digital design category.

SWDDS Awards

RSA STUDENT DESIGN AWARDS 2018/19


I was extremely honoured that my animation Passing Conversations, which explores facing fears and concerns in the run up to death, was the winner of the NHS England Award in the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) Student Design Awards 2018/19.

RSA Winner
RSA
Creative Conscience

CREATIVE CONSCIENCE 2018


I had the honour of having two of my projects shortlisted by Creative Conscience. The first being my collaborative project with Esme Woodington, for which we designed reusable takeaway packaging named SilaBox. The other project was my motion graphic Beneath The Surface based on oil spills in the ocean.

THE STRAW CINEMA


AUB Human featured my motion graphic Beneath The Surface based on oil spills in the ocean in their straw-bale cinema, also featuring the short documentary: A Plastic Ocean, We need a sea of change. Many of my projects have a focus on environmental sustainability, as this is something I am really passionate about. So, it was a great opportunity to have my film featured as part of the AUB Human symposium.

Cinema
Cinema

THE STRAW CINEMA


AUB Human featured my motion graphic Beneath The Surface based on oil spills in the ocean in their straw-bale cinema, also featuring the short documentary: A Plastic Ocean, We need a sea of change. Many of my projects have a focus on environmental sustainability, as this is something I am really passionate about. So, it was a great opportunity to have my film featured as part of the AUB Human symposium.

Cinema
Cinema
Rainbow Crossing Rainbow Crossing
Rainbow Crossing

RAINBOW CROSSING


I had the opportunity to be a part of a one-day workshop based on urban interventions, where we were asked to add an installation to an area on campus that would create a reaction from people. This was also based on user-centred design to show us how design can provoke and change people’s behaviours or actions just by adding something new to an environment.

My team and I created a rainbow zebra crossing, based on the observation that people do not tend to use the actual zebra crossing put in place for pedestrians, but often walk diagonally across roads as a short-cut instead. Therefore, we designed a diagonal crossing to see if people would follow the more interesting, fun path. As the workshop also coincided with Pride, we decided incorporate colours into the design. We observed that our pedestrians had a fun experience using our rainbow crossing instead of the normal one.