My design practice is focused around art direction, interaction and experience design. Informed by transdisciplinary collaboration, I work with designers, researchers, academics and clinicians.
I specialise in design for death and dying, through my work at the Helix Centre as Senior Design Associate and my research and consultancy group Being and Dying. I explore the use of technology for social good as co-founder of the design company, Humane Engineering.
Having worked across various sectors, from corporates and NGO’s to private cultural clients, I leverage my experience to new projects. I was previously studio director at the Italian design research centre Fabrica; consulting art director for experience and interaction designers Tellart; and designer for Graphic Thought Facility, John Morgan studio, Browns, Burberry and others.
I write and lecture regularly on healthcare, wellbeing, death and dying. I lecture on the new Healthcare and Design MSc at Imperial College London, and was previously visiting professor of Information Design at Università Iuav di Venezia. I have also held teaching positions at Design Academy Eindhoven and the Glasgow School of Art.