Hello there. I’m a designer, researcher and lecturer working as a small independent studio based between London and Switzerland. An integral part of my practice is research, be it through design, writing, or talks and workshops. I am also a PhD candidate writing about recent history of Swiss graphic design.

I’m always happy to hear from you, whether you just want to say hello, would like to discuss a project, undertake a collaboration or pretty much anything else.




I studied visual communication/graphic design at ECAL (BA 2012) and RCA (MA 2015). I am currently a PhD candidate at the Graduate School of the Arts in Bern (CH) and work as a research assistant for the Swiss Graphic Design and Typography Revisited (SGDTR) research project.

I am a lecturer at ECAL, where I teach two classes: ‘Critical History of Graphic Design’ to first year BA students (since 2012) and ‘Design/Research’ to second year BA students (since 2016).

I am a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art, teaching Research/Design/Publish (RDP) with Joe Pochodzaj and Laura Gordon.

I have either taught, given workshops, talks or guest critiques at Bern University of the Arts, Bristol University, ECAL, EPFL+ECAL Lab, Kingston University, Parallel School Lausanne, Royal College of Art, SUPSI (Lugano) and Usine Kügler (Geneva). Please do contact me if you’d like to work with me, develop a curricula, experiment with teaching or research.

I have written semi-serious articles in electoaesthetics, IDPURE and Progetto Grafico. I write more serious stuff for my PhD, contact me if you’d like a bibliography.

I have worked for (or) with Andrew Brash, the Architectural Association, ECAL, Cameron Mackintosh, COS, John Morgan studio, Jonathan Hares, RCA, Sonya Dyakova/Hauser & Wirth, and Studio Veronica Ditting. I am now mainly independent although I still freelance sometimes – so do get in touch if you think we might be a match!