Her practice explores the ways in which societal normality shapes different relationships, whether between people their environments or objects. Drawn to unconventional and thought provoking design practices, she aims to create objects that combine and harmonize creativity and purpose, through waste led design.
Challenging gender normalities and the gender binary is not the same as requiring everyone to be non-binary. It’s less about how you describe yourself, and more about the resistance of policing of people into arbitrary categories. Through this stems the need for DE-GENDERED apparel. Removing the label, without sacrificing expression. Integrating values of authenticity and environmentalism to reinvent professional “wear to work” apparel.