Exploring notions of the human and social structures in a technologically-mediated age.

 

I’m a designer interested in crafting and exploring possibilities of alternative world futures through anti/trans-disciplinary practices. I’m fascinated by the broad implication of designed products, services and systems on our social behaviours, rituals and underlying values — our habitus: the way group culture and personal history shape body and mind, and as a result shape present social actions of an individual.

In particular, I’m keen to explore themes of belonging, memories, social power dynamics and identities. 

While not carrying those investigation, I help businesses create human experiences by consulting on user experience (UX) and service design.

I have a dual degree  (MA + MSc) in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College of London; and a BEng in Architectural Engineering from the Polytechnic School of Brussels.