Monthly Archives: May 2017

REFLECTING ON YEAR 2

Over the past year I feel that I have really developed my skills in a number of areas including portfolio and digital design, garment design and construction, screen-printing and developing interesting textiles and contextual writing, with my essay and blog.

REFLECTING ON YEAR 2

Over the past year I feel that I have really developed my skills in a number of areas including portfolio and digital design, garment design and construction, screen-printing and developing interesting textiles and contextual writing, with my essay and blog.

INDUSTRY BRIEF – OASIS

  Over the past semester I have been working on a portfolio-based industry brief based on designing a A/W18 collection for high-street fashion brand, ‘Oasis’. We had a choice to design either a childrenswear collection for ‘Next’, a garment construction-based

INDUSTRY BRIEF – OASIS

  Over the past semester I have been working on a portfolio-based industry brief based on designing a A/W18 collection for high-street fashion brand, ‘Oasis’. We had a choice to design either a childrenswear collection for ‘Next’, a garment construction-based

BETWEEN THINGS

‘Between Things’ is a collaborative exhibition currently showing at The Minories Gallery in Colchester until 10th June. Featuring artworks from a series of different artists, who are all connected by the playful approach to their work. This is a bright,

BETWEEN THINGS

‘Between Things’ is a collaborative exhibition currently showing at The Minories Gallery in Colchester until 10th June. Featuring artworks from a series of different artists, who are all connected by the playful approach to their work. This is a bright,

SCHOOL OF TEXTILES

On a recent visit to The School of Textiles in Coggeshall, we were lucky enough to receive an informal presentation from internationally respected textile historian, author and archivist; Mary Schoeser. Having worked and collaborated with many different well-know textile organisations,

SCHOOL OF TEXTILES

On a recent visit to The School of Textiles in Coggeshall, we were lucky enough to receive an informal presentation from internationally respected textile historian, author and archivist; Mary Schoeser. Having worked and collaborated with many different well-know textile organisations,