I am a researcher and designer with a background in social anthropology and design innovation.
My creative practice focuses on designing through empathy, curiosity, and collaboration. Working at the intersection of social science and design, I use diverse research methods such as ethnography, interviews, design-led workshops, visual maps, and speculative artefacts. It allows me to re-imagine entire systems and individual experiences, and to involve others in this process.
Currently I work as part of the Digital Health and Care Institute team at The Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, where I explore how design innovation approaches can address complex issues around health and care.
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