[2023]    Entorns Lamps
            01. F26
            02. F27
[2023]    Fan Lamp
[2023]    Boiler Chair and Stool
[2022]    Nike x Marta “Waffle Shoe Sole Machine”
[2022]    Wood Micro Table
[2021]    Urban Mines:The Pottery Project
            01. Microwave Table           
            02. Washing Machine Potters Wheel
            03. The Vaccum Extruder

[-]       THE ARCHIVE

[2023]    Il·lacions Design Gallery Solo Show
[2023]    Crafts Now-Barcelona Disseny Hub
[2021]    Material Futures Degree Show

          ART RESIDENCIES    
[2023]    Entorns
[2022]    Makerversity

[2022]    Nike Waffle “Break the Mold”
[2021]    Elle UK “The 15 Brightest Future Talents From CSM”
[2021]    Crafts Magazine Issue 291 “Electric Shock”
[2021]    Very Compostable "Pottery Tools Made From E-waste"

[2021]    Nomination Color Hive, Exploring Bio-Materiality
[2021]    Fashion Crossover London-Elle UK
[2021]    Shortlisted: Maison/0 Green Trail Award
[2021]    Viaduct Material Futures Award


[2020 - Present]

Over the past two years, I have been using my smartphone to capture the alarming reality of electronic waste (e-waste) strewn across the streets of London. The sheer scale of discarded electronic devices, from microwaves and washing machines to old phones and accessories, is a testament to the growing issue of e-waste in our modern society.

As I walked through the bustling streets and quiet alleys of this vibrant city, I couldn't help but notice the ever-increasing amount of e-waste irresponsibly discarded by individuals and sometimes even businesses. It was as if a hidden problem was emerging in plain sight, and I felt compelled to document it.

With each photograph, I aimed to convey the environmental and social consequences of our disposable consumer culture. E-waste not only poses serious risks to the environment due to the hazardous materials it contains but also raises questions about our consumption habits, the need for proper recycling, and the importance of electronic device longevity.

As my collection of photographs grew, I realized that they represented a unique archive of the e-waste problem in London. This archive serves as a visual testimony to the urgency of addressing this issue. It's my hope that by sharing these images, I can raise awareness and inspire positive change. Perhaps my photographs will encourage individuals and businesses to adopt more sustainable practices, support e-waste recycling initiatives, and lobby for stricter regulations to tackle this growing problem.