I am a Goldsmiths Design graduate and I imagine, make, break and fix things. About me →
I like watching people use technology, and wondering how it affects us in more ways than we care to notice. Read more about the way I work →
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Happenstance was a digital R&D project aiming to change the way arts organisations use technology through a residency programme.
I was a resident at Lighthouse in Brighton, where I built things, ran workshops and drank loads of tea.
Offbott (your mostly-friendly office bot) is a tool for collecting thoughts and insights that often get lost when working on long term projects. Collaboration with James Bridle, developed as part of Happenstance.
A research tool used in a series of social experiments. The device suggests an action to be performed by the participant every time the button is pressed. The intention was to inject a little randomness into participants' lives, as a result their behaviour became playful and adventurous. Actions ranged from simple tasks such as "look around" to team activities like "play hide and seek".