University of Plymouth
I am a 3D Design Student, specialising in Interior and Spatial Designer, with a passion for integrating communities and nature. I realise this through biophilic design, connecting buildings with outdoor spaces and the people who use them. I take great responsibility as a designer for the impact of spaces upon the user. I am interested in taking ordinary spaces, and adapting them into places of great joy and provide long lasting memories. All of which having a positive impact on the user and the environment. I tend to follow an evidence-based approach to my designs for depth. My intention with every design is that it is purposeful and with pure implications – ensuring that each detail is placed or designed with care and consideration. I find I take my designs very seriously and try to make them as truthful as possible, almost as if they would be fit for purpose if any of them came into fruition. I would like to work in a design practice where the user and connection is at the heart of every design and the end result is somewhere that can be enjoyed by everyone.
My University degree has provided me with opportunities to delve into design practices, work with external clients, take part in design sprints and learn to refine both my hand sketching and digital creation. 2021 IGNITE 24 Hour Challenge Part of Winning team A design sprint across disciplines and year groups to create a pop-up exhibition installation for Plymouth City Centre. My role as co-ordinator was to bring the designs together and create visuals for the final design. 2021- present: Content Creator for Spatial and Interior Design Discipline Collating, creating and co-ordinating the social media feed for my course. This involves taking an active role in other aspects of the course and working with other social media teams across the University. As well as this, attending events and curating exciting content, ensuring it is a true reflection of the course. I took time to understand algorithms and how to engage with users of platforms.