How do you describe to people what you do and your design style?
My design style is very personal to me. I have always been obsessed with science and the natural world so this is where I get most of my inspiration. I love to take unusual and fascinating subjects and photograph them in a different way to show a new perspective.
Confucius said ‘everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.’ This quote has always stood out to me so I think about it whenever I am designing.
What sort of comments do you get about your designs?
Generally positive! I get a lot of great feedback on the detail in the prints and the photographic style. I use a lot of anatomical imagery in my prints such as animal skulls, organs and cells which are manipulated using Photoshop. I love how people often comment on how beautiful the prints look and are then surprised by the actual subject matter.
What is your background?
I graduated from the University of Leeds last year with a first in Textile design, specializing in experimental techniques for women’s fashion. As a part of my degree I competed a year in industry where I spent 3 months interning at Religion and 9 months at Alexander McQueen.