I am a textile designer specialising in hand woven fabrics. I draw inspiration from the natural environment and nature’s diverse structures and colour palettes.
I am particularly interested in the concept of zero waste pattern cutting.
My research into traditional weaving and loom evolution when woven cloth was highly valued Read More...
A vibrant Japanese inspired collection designed using zero waste principles. Eocene cliffs of blending oxidised orange, brown and grey coloured sands stimulated the use of graduating spaced dyed yarns and subtle dip dyed hemp silk fabric. These earthy tones contrast with intense turquoise accents and Samurai inspired metal eyelets and closures to form a powerful hand woven summer look.
A hand woven and dyed collection inspired by the grasses and wildflower verges or twisting country roads. Also influenced by the subtraction cutting practices of designer Julian Roberts.
A fun but stylish garment created from soft bamboo textured weave inspired by the colours of Venice reflected in its many waterways.
Experiments with soft bamboo, recycled sari yarns and ultra violet reflective fibres such as fishing line to create contrasting colourful day and evening wear.
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