Design Academy Eindhoven. 2017 - 2018

Social Design MA.

Northumbria University. 2013 - 2016

3D Design BA (Hons). 1st Class.

Final Year Dissertation:

"Japanese Philosophy And Its Influence On Traditional Japanese Craft" - this project involved a combination of primary research through visits to Japanese crafts people, philosophical literary analysis and time planning to complete.

Abingdon School, Abingdon, UK. 2006 - 2013

3 A Levels including A* in Design & Technology.

11 GCSEs including A in Maths, French and Science.



Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Fusion360.

Languages: HTML5, CSS3, SASS, Javascript, Jquery, Python.


Metal, wood, paper, pen sketching, writing.


Brutalist Websites. 2018.

  • Personal Portfolio. Website.
  • SFS Portal. Website.
  • Living With Art, Living North Magazine. 2016.

    Do-Blog. 2016.

    Objects of Control. Critical Objects.


    Dutch Design Week, Eindhoven. 2018.

    Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul. 2018

    Northern Design Festival, Newcastle. 2016.

    New Designers, London. 2016.


    September 2018 - Present.

    Bicycle Messenger: Vloegels, Maastricht, NL.

    October 2016 - August 2017.

    Independent kitchen knife maker, Gateshead, UK.

    I set up a studio and workshop where I made fine kitchen knives. Each piece was crafted by hand to a high standard in an effort to reduce the disposability of objects and create pieces that span generations.

    September 2016 - August 2017.

    Bicycle Messenger: Deliveroo, Newcastle, UK.

    September 2015 - October 2016.

    Supervisor: Nudo Sushi Box, Newcastle, UK.

    December 2012.

    Design intern: BarberOsgerby, London, UK.

    I worked with designers and clients on projects, taking calls and discussing project alterations. During the internship a project I worked on was being developed for Vitra.

    June 2011.

    Animation intern: Hungry Man UK, London, UK.


    Co-founder, Under Arch Art. 2015 - 2017.

    I set up and ran a not-for-profit life drawing class which was held every two weeks in Newcastle upon Tyne. My responsibilities included: booking models, graphic design and advertising, and running each session. The group welcomed anyone from the community with an interest in life drawing, music and writing. Each session cost the price of a drink and all the proceeds were used to supply free art materials and to give the model a proper wage.


    Surfing, life drawing, cycling, programming, climbing, film photography, cooking, reading.