I graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2009. Whilst at Nottingham I studied Graphic Design with projects focusing on interaction design and physical environments. One of these projects won a D&AD student yellow pencil in the interaction design category for the BBC.
After graduating, I worked for interaction design studio AllofUs, working on high profile projects for clients such as Sky, Microsoft, Xbox and Siemens. I was the lead visual designer for the interactives at the newly opened Siemens Crystal in London. The permanent exhibition showcases global trends and the challenges we face with sustainability through urban planning, energy, water, health, the environment and mobility.
I joined Kin three years ago and have continued to work on a range of interactive projects. Most recently I completed two interactives for the Science Museum in London as well as for the National Maritime Museum exhibition 'Visions of the Universe' which featured a 13m projection of images from Mars and supporting educational touchscreen interactives
Science Museum London
National Maritime Museum
Anti Design Festival