Grateful for all the new places I got to see and all the new faces I’ve had the privilege to cross paths with. Here’s to 2017.
Emilie was an amazing host! What more can you ask for when you’ve got friends who brings you to awesome spots in their own backyard? Sweden, Stockholm you beautiful!
Hung out most of the time along the Nyhavn canal eating a box of pizza, and just soaking in amazing Copenhagen vibes.
Taking heavy inspiration from the works of Scott Novich and David Eagleman on sensory substitution Haptic Vest: Sensing Sound (2016) explores how one could experience music through the sense of touch.
As the Founder of Design Says Hello, I shared my experiences and case studies – as means of discerning the techniques and tactics in the field of humanitarian design and social innovation in the developing world. Held at the National Design Centre, the talk was part of Singapore Design Week 2016.
Successes can easily become a model for more of the same, whereas failure offers a platform for discussion and debate about what went wrong and what could have been avoided. In addition, this thesis aims to use the lessons from past failures to propose actions for the future.
Exhibited in London Science Museum celebrating Britain’s first astronaut; Tim Peake’s launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on 15 December 2015. Cosmic Octave (2015) is an interactive installation that uses Hans Cousto calculations on the cosmic octave to match frequencies produced by the different planets to that produced by people speaking into the microphone. So which planet do you sound like?
Collaborated with Tudor & Yun Li for our Science Museum project entitled “Infinity” to recreate the experience of travelling through space . Well not really – but we imagined it to be a dancing spectacle of lights.