I have a Bachelor of Object and Graphic design at UNSW Art and Design (formerly the College of Fine Arts) in Sydney, Australia. I've recently made the big move to live and work in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Practicing design in a multi-disciplinary sense with a focus on brand strategy and graphic visual identity design, I'm also interested in research, community engagement services and in the past, object and furniture design.
Working for JOC Consulting over 2016–17, a creative urban planning practice that specialises in community, place and technology broadened my graphic design practice towards community place-making. My strong passion for environmental sustainability and conservation led me to be the in-house Graphic Designer for the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service from 2014–18. I also previously sold my furniture design, 'Linzi', at Cafe Culture + Insitu Furniture in Sydney & Melbourne from 2013–17. I was featured in their ‘Melbourne In Design’ exhibition in 2015, as a part of a small group of designers producing and manufacturing their products locally.
I’m open to internships with groups who are looking to create social and environmentally progressive change. Since moving to Copenhagen over a month ago I have volunteered for think.dk (Centre for Acceleration of Change), the Tech Fest and Today’s Art (in the Hague).