Hi! I am an interdisciplinary and human-centred designer. I believe in getting the users involved in the design process, through innovative design tools and methods that allow multiple stakeholders to work together.
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Right now my personal projects include.
- Engaging young people in climate policy by working on the design of an accessible and engaging guide to COP26, funded by Edinburgh University.

- Pioneering interdisciplinary collaboration between science, design, and art by working on the UX design and branding for a platform funded by VisNET Collaboration Fellowship.
Please get in touch!
My Background
I graduated in 2020 with a Masters of European Design with Distinction, through the MEDes programme which is run by a network of seven leading European design schools. Over the past 5 years I have studied at Glasgow School of Art, Köln International School of Design and Politecnico Di Milano, experiencing a variety of design disciplines including Product Service System Design, Social Innovation, Business Innovation, and Design for Health and Wellbeing. 

An international design education has given me an affinity for working in diverse and interdisciplinary teams, where I have strengthened my ability to translate complex ideas and conversations into something visual and tangible. The vast majority of my work has been collaborative, giving me invaluable lessons on the importance of working to enhance every group member’s unique abilities.

During the coronavirus lockdown, I have been constructing a rock-climbing wall. Normally in my free time you would find me in the climbing gym where I love teaching others the ropes!
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