I am an Interior Designer, Maker, and Design Educator living and working in Melbourne, Australia, with a professional background that spans event design and production, lighting fabrication, and architectural design.
Having completed a Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology) at La Trobe University, and a Bachelor of Interior Design (Hons 1st class) at RMIT, I am currently undertaking doctoral research at Monash University, investigating the role of the built environment in psychedelic therapy experiences.
In addition to my research undertaking, I work in both private practice and as a design educator, coordinating units across the Department of Design at Monash University.
My design practice spans multiple scales, exploring ideas through a hands-on approach that utilises making and material experimentation as a knowledge-generating methodology. With a focus on materiality, relationships, and connections between people and their constructed environments, and my work engages themes of relation, intersection and connection between form, function, idea and experience.