Since graduating with a degree in Product Design from Nottingham Trent, I’ve built up a reputation designing aspirational and commercial products for some of the most prestigious and recognisable brands in the industry. In 2016 I was awarded a coveted 'Design Guild Mark' by The Furniture Makers Company for the Ashworth Desk - designed for Conran and manufactured by Marks & Spencer.

My designs and products have been featured in almost all major publications and magazines in the UK and the US - including Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Living Etc, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, Ideal Home, House Beautiful, House & Garden, and Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathrooms. In my career I’ve been fortunate to have been given opportunities to design for some of the biggest furniture and homeware brands in the industry - including Conran, Soho House, Heal's, Next Home, French Connection and Marks & Spencer. In October 2017 I moved to the United States to work for Anthropologie, taking charge of the design team for furniture, lighting and upholstery. 

Working for large, omnichannel retailers has given me the opportunity to travel extensively, visiting factories and suppliers all over the world - including Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Europe, Malaysia, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. I also have considerable experience managing teams of designers, suppliers and factories, and collaborating with major brands, such as Heal’s, Ercol, DFS and Conran.


Using references from functionalist Danish design of the mid-20th century combined with modern details and manufacturing techniques I strive to produce timeless designs and products. I personally love the care and finesse taken in all aspects of this design movement, from the beautiful furniture joints and materials, to the expert craftsmanship in the manufacture. The quality of these products is evident in their longevity and the fact that pieces over 50 years old are still in perfect working order. My main aim as a designer is to limit the amount of ‘throw away’ furniture that is developed and help create the next generation of antiques that people will be able to enjoy for generations.

Development sketch work


Click below to see a selection of interviews and articles in the printed press and also online blogs and websites