Since studying product design at Brunel University in 2009 he has practised as a design engineer and creative problem solver. Working within both design consultancies and art studios across London he helped develop a range of art installations, and experiences with Troika, United Visual Artists and WILL.I.AM. for galleries/spaces such as the Barbican, Design Museum, the Royal Society of Art and Selfridges in London.
Recently graduating from the Royal College of Art, his design practice is grounded in research and focussed on environmental issues. Exploring possible social outcomes of environmental change and emerging technology to inform design for the present day.
Current work that started at the RCA, explores how life on urban canals, rivers and waterways might transition from one of the most polluting modes of urban living (per m2) to one of the most sustainable. Informed by our near certain future of land lost to water (or sometimes water), rising population in cities, a present shortage of affordable housing and the dire need to reduce consumption; the project aims to provide a platform to communicate and explore a future of urban living with water, whilst also helping to address the present day environmental impact of life on the waterways.
His work has been awarded the RCA / Eddie Mundy “Brilliant” Award Fellow, 2017 and was nominated for both the Helen Hamlyn and Lucien Day Foundation awards.