Forms never materialize out of the air – they are extrapolated from the familiar (but ‘unseen’) elements of the known. I start from the inside, where structure and material are married: in the detail one can see the lawful meetings, the articulate relationship that holds the whole together – the material, the structure, and the forces running through it.
In 2011 I completed a BDA with Honours at ANU. It was there, in the furniture/wood workshop, that I began to investigate the interrelationship between theory and practice, hand and machine, and society and self. Currently, I am studying a Master of Architecture at The University of Melbourne, where I hope to develop my professional practice to provide a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to design.