As a young aspiring and enthusiastic designer, I have always enjoyed drawing art and messing around with software. I taught myself Photoshop when I was a teenager which has allowed me to transfer to other Adobe programs with ease. I always knew I had to be in the creative industry. When I was 18, I travelled to Europe for three months visiting various countries and cities in; Italy, France, Spain, Switzerland, England, and Scotland. This is where I began to appreciate architecture. Seeing architecture by Gaudi was one of the defining moments in Spain, and Roman’s advanced architectural infrastructure for the age was awe-inspiring, to think it was all done manually, with immense precision. The Chateau’s in France and the various castles and cathedrals littered all over Europe and Switzerland’s Tudor-styled houses and spiring roofs.

This has led me to where I am now with a passion for attention to detail and finesse, I try to produce a quality design that is functional and beautiful at the same time. I like to think about how I can make existing spaces work harder for maximal gains, introducing flare and statement-defining moments without losing functionality. I have a great appreciation for the phenomenological ways space can affect us and how we react to our environments and how we feel towards a certain space.