I am a multi-talented, non-binary creative, with Kenyan-British heritage specialising in concept building, knitwear and design development. My research comes from ideas surrounding the digital world such as social media, rapid advances in technology and the operation of surveillance in the new and constantly evolving digital age.
As a creative, I would describe myself as having a deep interest in the social signals that govern our existence, using various concepts and contexts to create vibrant and dynamic textiles that use multimedia techniques to bring them into fruition. Throughout my work, I analyse different technologies and ways of communicating, using
the textures, surfaces and shapes I observe as inspiration for silhouette and garment detailing. What I find particularly interesting is the relationship that we, as an ever-evolving race, have with technology; how much it governs and dictates our lives and how whoever controls the means of media production can rewrite history.