Geography is dead. Time is the new world order. Examining hierarchies of individual connectivity through the lens of spatial geography can give us a radically different understanding of the tools we use to orient ourselves in space and time. Imagine a calendar day determined not by the sun, but by the market. If the market never sleeps, is it possible that — eventually — neither do we?
School of Design
MA Design Interactions, 2014
By identifying and exaggerating current communication trends, my work seeks to expose and analyse the human realities of living in a hyper-connected world. Much of my work is Internet-based and deals with both the potential promise, and potential consequences, of immersing ourselves fully in this channel of communication. While I frequently find myself working in different formats, I am primarily a digital graphic designer.My favourite part of speech is a verb and my go-to medium is pixels. I'll be based between London and New York after graduating from the RCA in June 2014.
- BSc Visual Communication Design, The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA
- Designer, Mother, London, 2013; Designer, Bone & Black, New York City, 2012; Interactive art director, Deutsch New York, New York City, 2010-12; Designer, IDEO, New York City, 2010