Educated as a menswear designer at Central Saint Martins UAL and an MA in Design at KHiO, I have learned to design from an imaginative, still rational point of view.
Today I see myself as a storyteller, a cross-disciplinary creator, an artist, crafts-woman and designer. Through my multi-disciplinary practice, I attempt to create platforms for exchange of relevant knowledge, believing designers have a responsibility to contribute to the reduction of consumption and to aid enhanced awareness of the global climate challenge.
I have just finished my MA in clothing design at KHiO in Oslo, the project was called ‘LIMINAL LANDSCAPES & MNEMONIC TEXTILES’ – which was an investigation into the language of traditional textile and tactile knowledge; as tools for a contemporary design practice. This project received the DogA Nykommer Award in 2017.