I am a designer and researcher motivated by places, people and their spatial experiences. Working from my studio in Lambeth, my work spans community engagement, oral history, user experience, curation, installation and fabrication. With a background in architecture, I studied MA Information Experience Design at the RCA (2015-2017).

I co-founded and edit Syrup Magazine; a print publication and collaborative platform which examines the boundaries between contemporary feminist issues and creative practices.

Fundamental to my practice is the critically engaged, ongoing Alternate Showroom Project run with frequent collaborator, Émilie Loiseleur. Our work is based on the study of materials and semiotics of space, investigating stories in urban spaces that are often hidden or overlooked. Together we have given talks at the RCA and run workshops at the London College of Communication as visiting lecturers, investigating social political tensions in the surrounding area.


MA Information Experience Design
Royal College Art

BA Interior Architecture
Oxford Brookes University


Where do you eat your falafel salad?
(what’s the UX of a city)
for MA User Experience Design
London College of Communication, 2018 

Differently visible
for BA Information and Interface Design
London College of Communication, 2017

Guest Critic

BA & MA Spatial Design
UCA Canterbury

BA Interior Architecture Oxford Brookes University


SYRUP magazine

Sight Unseen
Contributor, 2017


Syrup Magazine Presents: Spiral in collaboration with Ladybeard Guest Projects, London, 2018

SHOW 17 RCA, London, 2017

New For Old The Aram Gallery, London, 2017

IED @ Hamifal Jerusalem, 2017

Whats That Thing? The Architecture Foundation, London, 2017

Within the Walls @ GLOW festival London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, 2016

Co-Construction PavilionThe Design Museum, London, 2016

The Dark Dark Wood Unity Theatre, Liverpool, 2016

Sound Swing @ Sònar + D Barcelona, 2016

OTHER RCA, London, 2016