By doing so my intentions were to create a collection that is open to judgment and the unique reactions of a personal interaction.
pulling out shapes, formations, compositions, scales and colour from my research, making a well thought out database to be then later crafted together into designs. We love your use of geometry Along side all of this a good strong and symmetry in your work. How cup of coffee and BBC Radio 6 are does your creative process start? always at the start of any creative Talk us through it. process. The pinnacle point of inspiration for my use of geometry and Are you drawn to specific shapes symmetry comes for the beautiful and architecture? world of modern architecture. So Any shape that involves a Clean for me, whatever projects I start, sharp line and perfect angles would to get the creative juices flowing I have to be what I am drawn to the need to do my research. most, so naturally I am drawn to Modern Architecture, with I can spend hours if not days movements such and Bauhaus, researching, whether that be Brutalism and post modernism. scrolling through Pinterest, lapping up interviews from However one architectural journals and magazines to movement has really lit a fire in traveling to a city with my camera my belly, due to its harsh angles, and snapping up all the extreme shapes and its look into inspiration that is around me. perception. This movement is called Deconstructivism and came I pride my self on my attention about in 1980s. Deconstructivism to detail and this cannot be done addresses the imperfections of the without the correct research. modern work and in the words of Whether this is me being slightly Phillip Johnson, the quote ‘pleasure OCD or a major perfectionist I do of unease.’ This architectural not know. But I cannot move over movement heavily influenced forward until I full understand “Glitches in Perception “ and what it is that I am conceptually allowed me to experiment with and aesthetically trying to achieve. geometry and angles of I then begin to start drawing and architecture that I had not yet