I am a multi-disciplinary Designer and recent BA Design graduate from Goldsmiths, University of London. I have experience in object and spatial design, graphic design and food-based design work. 

At the moment my practice involves playing around with food and language. But don’t worry, I don’t talk with my mouth full.



Goldsmiths, University of London

BA Design (First Class Honours) 2017-2020

Leeds College of Art

Art Foundation (Merit) 2016-2017

Twyford CofE High School

A Levels : Graphics, History, Philosophy (B,B,B) 2014-2016


Software & Technical

Adobe Creative Cloud: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro Apple: Pages, Keynote, Procreate
Microsoft Office: Word, Powerpoint
Social Media: Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest
Woodwork, Metalwork, Ceramics 3D Prototyping/Modelling Sewing, Tufting Photography


Great verbal and written communication
Extremely reliable and adaptable
Quick and eager to acquire apply new skills
Strong team member and leader
Native English Speaker with basic Italian and Spanish
5 years of working within customer service


Something & Son

Abdullah Elias: abdul@somethingandson.com

Nick Johnstone Literary Coaching

Nick Johnstone: nrjohnstone@googlemail.com

The Lumiere Sisters, Burlesque group

Angelika May: angelikamariamay@gmail.com


Hey, Look, Something is Happening, 2020

(Goldsmiths BA Design *Virtual* Degree Show)
Social Media curator and co-ordinator, 2020


Feature on Goldsmiths Design Blog:


Something and Son Design Internship, 2019

Tomorrow’s Market, a council-led initiative that helps start-ups grow their businesses through street market trading.
Assisting in visits to potential market locations, observing and assessing the location prospects on how best they may suit the Tomorrows Market vendors. Photographing Tomorrows Market traders in Leather Lane for promotional use. Editing images and video for the Tomorrow’s Market website, as well as curating them for the Instagram page. Designing graphics to promote the traders on the Tomorrows Market social media channels. Building a woodwork logo that would hang as a banner in a food stall.

Peckham Palms, an Afrocentric retail space that work to support businesses led by black women.
Creating a style guide for the Peckham Palms Cafe. Developing previous design work to better unite and solidify the cafe brand identity. Liaising with the cafe manager to create marketing material for Instagram. Completing administrative tasks such as social media timetabling and email correspondence. Designing and planning the interior decoration of a beauty supply store within the retail centre. Designing the supply store layout on Google Sketchup, selecting the appropriate furniture, organising the layout of the space, and general handiwork. Co-operating as part of a team to ensure targets were met and tasks were completed.

Nick Johnstone Literary Coaching, 2020 - Present

Illustrative work for an invoice identity

Illustrative work for Andy Cato, The Real Food Fight

The Lumiere Sisters, 2019

Promotional photography for a Burlesque Event.