Digital design is evolving.

The boundaries separating the machine made and the hand crafted are blurring, opening a metaphorical window that is challenging the preconceived perceptions of form and innovation, through the combination of old and new processes.

In a post digital world materiality is ever more necessary, with a desire for tactile design that can allow a mind to unwind and experience a temporary respite from the challenges of modern-day life.

My work aims to prove that digital fabrication and craftmanship can be a harmonious pairing, producing considered tactile design solutions that push the boundaries of surface and three-dimensional form.