Based in
London, United Kingdom
More than 10 years experience

I follow my hands to give me the next inspiration. Observing the material and convey to another language. My surreal characteristic lead me to experiment ideas that carry out a sophisticated and sumptuous style in all kinds of accessories.

Freelance designer/Artist
Chuting Jan. 1, 2020 - Present
London, United Kingdom

Accessory Freelance designer and Artist in Craft world

Shoes and Bag designer
Sophia Webster Nov. 2015 - Dec. 2019
London, United Kingdom

- Mainly responsible for the day to evening bag collection, ideas sketching and technical drawing in scale 1.
- Worked on the ultimate and highly complex style and finding solutions by providing hand trials.
- Launched the first AW19 Sophia Webster small leather goods collection.
- Searched for bra


nd identity and designed its first signature bag for SS19.
- Proposed new embellishment idea and hardware to match the shoes and show concept for SS18 & AW18 runway bags.
- Researched seasonal inspirations and proposed various styles and techniques for handbags and shoes.
- Innovated new material development and explored leather craftsmanship, embroidery, fabric manipulation beading, and weaving in various materials.
- Designed hardware and small accessories using on both handbags and shoes.
- Presented finished products to artistic director and merchandiser.

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White Conduit Project art Gallery Dec. 6, 2017 - Jan. 28, 2018
London, United Kingdom

Opening evening for a group exhibition on culinary culture theme.
Participating artists
Jake Tilson, Bruce McLean, Laura Smith,
Antoni+Alison, John Greenwood, Gayle Chong Kwan,
Karen David, Michael Ajerman, Clare Petherick,
Anna Tomaszewska-Nelson, Jake Clark,
Chu-Ting Lee, Mandy Hudson

The exh


ibition ‘Simmering’ reflects the ever-changing relationship between mankind and food.

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Virtual shoe museum Nov. 3, 2017 - Dec. 16, 2017
Detroit, United States

Shoetopia! The first exhibition of its kind in North America to gather contemporary footwear, art, video, and related designs into one space, is curated by Liza Snook, founder of the Virtual Shoe Museum and Aki Choklat, Chair of Fashion Accessories Design at CCS. The exhibition looks at shoe design t


hrough the
lens of seven themes: Metropolis, Ritual, Utopia, Feast, Nocturnal, Techno, and Eco. On show from November 3rd till December 16th, 2017 at the Valade Family Gallery, Detroit, USA.

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Junior Accessory Designer
Sophia Webster Nov. 1, 2015 - Jun. 1, 2016

seasonal story research
leather technique development
3D mock up for handbags
design small accessories
sequin and embroidery investigation
specification for all the trials

Food Adventure performance
British Fashion Council Feb. 2016 - Feb. 2016
London, United Kingdom

Food Adventure performance in the International Fashion Showcase organized by the British fashion council

ITS Competition
Womenswear Footwear
RCA - Royal College of Art (London) Oct. 1, 2013 - Jul. 1, 2015
Luxury womens hand bag designer
Shiatzy Chen(Taiwan) Sep. 1, 2010 - Jan. 1, 2013

● Inspiration proposal, Trend and material research, participating lineapelle
Prototypes investigation using leather and paper
● Formed embroidery from artist’s drawings, preparing embroidery specification sheet for
Factory partners
● Liaised with factory in Italy from s


ampling to production
● Handbags quality control

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Freelance accessory designer
Milan Jul. 1, 2009 - Dec. 1, 2009

● Collaborated with vintage shop “ Reruns-Strasce’, using vintage fabrics and metal
components for handbag crafting.
● Created leather accessories and sold at select shop “Wok Store” in Milan.

Fashion Design Master
Istituto Marangoni Oct. 1, 2008 - Jun. 1, 2009
Bachelor of Textile and Clothing of Fashion Design
Fu-Jen Catholic University Sep. 1, 2002 - Jun. 1, 2006
Industry sectors








Software skills

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Photoshop







Native language

Types of contracts
Freelance / Missions
Disegno magazine No.9

How does the human anatomy influence the design of shoes?In a little-read essay from 1904, architect Adolf Loos sets out an eccentric vision of footwear trends as defined and shaped by the leisure pursuits of the dominant classes. Could it provide an alternative reading of contemporary footwear desig



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