Currently working on a project in which I am focussing on adapting the way in which we consume fashion and textiles. After a mammoth few months of researching and creating my design proposal, I have become quite passionate about the sustainability and eco factors of our textile industry. Highly recommend watching True Cost, for those a little… Read More Slow the Fashion
This was a textiles project created for one of my design assignments. With a brief focussing on Australian nature and how we could represent this through conceptual textiles. I chose to do mine about the erosion of the coast and Ocean warming and then juxtaposing this with the modern beach life and culture, by representing… Read More Edges
So I find a lot of people think what’s the point in flowers? you spend $$$ and they die at the end of the week (if you don’t know how to look after them.) SILLY PEOPLE. Flowers are simply more than just a pretty gift, we all automatically cheer up inside and get excited, as… Read More Why Have Flowers When They Always Die?
Here’s a quick little peek at a print design I am working on, it is actually an old doodle that I have decided to go back and play and develop with around with colours, and manipulate it into the computer, experiment with screen printing, digital printing and anything basically textiles-ish. Again I love using floral… Read More Playing with Ideas, Floral Printing.
Winter = 5 litres of coffee per day + pretty mugs. A while ago at the Sydney Finders Keepers I fell in love with my now favourite stall, Clay Canoe. Beautifully crafted ceramic creations ( my very impressive alliteration…) that I would easily spend all my money on in particular the stunning teals and greens found in the Rockpool… Read More My Clay Canoe Crush
A quick doodle of a Dragonfly Fine liner, Graphite pencil, watercolour
I am currently on my semester holiday and decided after 2 and a half years I was over due a visit back to England to see my family and friends, oh and of course most importantly my big chocolate Labrador. Boston and his bears. Living in Sydney most people assume I’m from London (FYI it’s a… Read More Up North