Innovation Design Engineering
This project addresses the growing problem of water availability in the UK. By employing a smart network of connected devices, this system provides feedback to household consumers that enhances their experience of water use, encourages reduced consumption and helps save money.
I am a design strategist who creates user-centred experiences and intelligent systems. Prior to studying at the RCA, I read Engineering at Cambridge University and graduated with first-class honours. My main interests lie in emerging technological trends and new approaches to sustainability.
Supported by: Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, The James Dyson Foundation
MEng, Engineering, University of Cambridge, 2009
Design Intern, Squease Ltd, London, Summer 2011; Design Researcher, DCA Design, Warwick, Spring 2010; Creative Intern, London Creative, London, Summer 2009; Trainee Engineer, Buro Happold, London, Summer 2008
Paradise (exhibitor), Ventura Gallery, Milan, 2012
Winner, James Dyson Foundation Bursary, 2012; Student Notable, Design for Social Impact, Core77 Design Awards, 2011; Scholarship, Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, 2010