A History of Creation
A recent graduate seeking an opportunity to learn and broaden my experience.
Bursting with creativity with a good understanding of colour and detail with a passion for design, significantly influenced by living in different countries, a desire to travel and meet new people. I enjoy designing and making jewelry and interior objects from timber. Hugely enthusiastic, ambitious and self-confident whilst maintaining high standards, along with a persistent and organized approach.
Born in Tortola BVI, to Vincentian parents my passion for art and design blossomed in St. Vincent and the Grenadines WI, where I grew up. I didn’t like dolls but enjoyed making dolls houses from Lego, bits of wood, cardboard and cereal boxes. My parents nurtured my creative side by letting me draw all over my bedroom walls.
After achieving a Triple Distinction Grade, BTEC National Diploma in Graphic Design from Coleggwent in South Wales, I moved to London where I graduated in July 2011 with Upper Second Class Honours, BA Interior Architecture: Design & Practice from Middlesex University involving a 6 month Internship at the prestigious Forme UK, London.
On an interesting (arguably strange) side note: I like to relax with a Terry Prachett novel and I collect Discworld Stamps.
Constructed of 23mm Spruce Plywood slats with a reflective background this hinged joint system exhibits materials, sketch books, CVs, wooden business cards and a large 3D section of a space I designed. The section is printed onto 1750W x 1000H stretched canvas with wood attached to create realistic visuals and views of the space.
Exposed Opportunity is a Design Agency with Residential and Exhibition spaces for professional Graduate Art & Design students.
The Design Agency assists with networking, and matches prospective employers to graduates. While enabling graduates to live and develop their work in a safe, affordable timber FOR-ME for six months. The Timber exterior of the FORME is used for exhibiting the graduates’ designs which allows for the kinetic dynamic of viewing the exhibition and its designer working, at the same time.