A designer/ maker inspired by the idiosyncrasy of human nature, I am interested in the creation of objects that deal with well-being and seek to combine design and health.
My work examines issues of mental health that have no simple medical treatment, the symptoms of which can be controlled Read More...
Seasonal Affective Disorder affects roughly 2 million people in the UK.This set of plastic and stainless steel light boxes provide a less clinical alternative to existing light therapy. They are stackable; creating a sense of interaction. The three box
Stress and anxiety can cause self destructive behaviour such as nail biting and hair pulling. These cast resin rings provide an alternative to these compulsions. They contain magnets that repel and attract eachother when worn together or in correlation with other magnetic objects.
The effects of stress and anxiety are often manifested in fidgeting, something that is usually discouraged. This collection promotes fidgeting as a therapeutic activity. It is comprised of five separate hanheld forms relating to different displacement activities such as rubbing, scratching, spinning, squeezing and pushing buttons; in this case switching on a light.
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