I’m a PhD candidate at SFU’s Everyday Design Studio. My research explores the design of digital domestic technologies using speculative design and integrating indirect ways technologies mediate our everyday. Currently, I am investigating more-than-human storytelling practices in design with a focus on textile fabrication. I hold a Bachelors and a Masters in Industrial Design from the Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands. Prior to joining the Everyday Design Studio, I worked as a research assistant at the Interactive Institute in Sweden.

research interests: more-than-human design practices, domestic technologies, food & cooking, trash, accidental or indirect interactions.

I work with: video, sound, everyday materials (wood, ceramics, fabrics), probes, illustration, photography & collage.