I studied Product Design Engineering BSc at Brunel University where I channelled my technical knowledge into creating designs that fulfil a purpose.
My designs combine engineering and scientific rigour with the human, looking to produce objects that not only meet a high functional requirement but are also intuitive in operation and pleasurable for the user.
Design Engineer working on low volume to mass-production projects in sectors ranging from medical through to consumer electronics.
Three month internship & further freelance contract. Tasks undertaken include product design & specification, modelling, technical drawings & manufacturer liaison. The Wing Fan degree project was in collaboration and with sponsorship from the company
Forty week work placement extended to a year, with further freelance work. Roles included technical research, product design & specification, circuit board design, FEA, ray tracing, graphics & modelmaking
1st class honours degree in Product Design Engineering (BSc) from Brunel University. Modules include; Contextual design, Computer based design methods, Innovation management, Design for manufacture, Embedded systems, Mechanics & Graphic communication
Winner of New Designers InterContinental Hotels Group Award for the Wing Fan
Winner of O2 electric vehicle design challenge for new battery and application concept
Wing Fan nominated for SET awards in both Environment and Aeronautics categories
Government funded development grant to design and manufacture a ceiling fan in collaboration with Tom Dixon
Special award for Candy Pulse product concept
Winner of Dyson day workshop for new design concept using air
2nd place & cash prize for a low energy lighting concept at the Arc Lighting show in Earls Court
Runner up for a new environmental design concept for M&S
Academic excellence scholarship covering 70% of fees
I’m based in London and currently available for both contract and project work. To get in touch or to arrange a portfolio viewing please contact me via telephone or email.