Graduate student with interests in designing unique branded spaces for the hospitality industry.
My university graduate showcase presents my third-year final project titled 'the Nest'. I theoretically designed a sustainable 'interior' accommodation space for the Dunwich Heath, National Trust site. The interior cabin is a branded and unique space, created specifically to encourage and create an i
ndoor retreat for visiting guest, with the intention to also educate them on circular principles - through the use of sustainable materials.
This graduate show previews just some of the work I designed for the project. Illustrating final renders, technical drawings and finalised project ecologies.
Studying a Spatial design course at LCC has allowed me to develop a clear understanding of a multidisciplinary subject. Over the course of three years, I have learned the importance of combining the boundaries of architectural and interior spaces. Providing me with the confidence to design unique bra
nded spaces for companies and organisations; with a certain interest in designing for hospitality and service-related areas.
Interactive installation showcasing the importance of recognising the climate crisis & sustainability in our modern world. The event encouraged people to consider how everyday actions affect our planet, in an educational yet creative way.
A live project for the Stanley Kubrick Archive, designing an interactive and time-based experience escape room. The experience-based spatial project required transforming the archive into a set relevant to one or more of Kubrick's films. Allowing for audiences to learn about his work and how crucial
his masterpieces were for the future of the film industry.
An interactive project raising awareness of how rising sea levels will affect the island of Malta.
Developed a wide range of creative skills, from photography, graphics, media and 3D.
Adobe Cinema 4D
Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel...)
Potentially open to relocate