Repurposing something used to prevent life as a means to nurture it.
210mm x 100mm
Modifying Robin Day's iconic chair, designed for education to encourage play and misbehaviour.
310mm x 440mm
Hille Series E chair, tubular steel
The Play Project
An ongoing body of work exploring materiality and building processes with a childish impatience. By learning through making relationships were built with technicians and specialists, whilst questioning and stretching their orthodoxies.
Various materials and dimensions.
The Play Book & Show
A printed compendium of the experiments was produced as a mail out, inviting collaboration with specialists.
An exhibition at my old primary school, Belmont, encouraging the children to draw and write about the work.
Anya Hindmarch Smells
Whilst at Anyways Creative I worked on a concept store and short video for fashion designer Anya Hindmarch.
We boldly introduced her new range of scented candles with a giant nose and a model train set.
Creative: Anyways Creative
Film: Pavillion Works
Set Build: Mimesis Models
Photography: GG Arhcard
A stool has been expertly crafted by a furniture maker then hand assembled by his daughter.
The wood joints are modelled on traditional shape fitting toys, used to teach children cognitive recognition.
The stool represents a playful, collaborative take on flat pack furniture.
450mm x 300mm
Poplar, Primary Wood Stainer
My entry for the ME and EU project- a series of postcards designed by British creatives as a means to reconnect with the rest of Europe after the trigger date of Article 50.
Mortar by Pestle
An ongoing project making a mortar with it's pestle.
150mm x 150mm
Earthenware clay, granite
A poster for a lecture by projection mapping specialists, Butch Auntie.
An analogue take on projection.
210mm x 297mm
Acetate sheet, Blutack
A series of crematorial urns modelled on the soundwaves taken from the last words of the deceased.
In collaboration with Cameron Field.
Japanese zen gardens have been cultivated in the most stressful part of the golf course. Encouraging mindfulness and contemplation.
A collaboration with Calum Ray and Jackson Iredale.