An interactive installation for Kingston University's BA Degree show which allows visitors to directly interact with the typographic branding of the show.


While at University one gains more than just a qualification. This installation lets visitors cycle through the unique BA word combinations by simply entering the exhibition.



Creating a unique opportunity to explore the surface of Mars. Curiosity provides viewers with an interactive method to view the rover's panoramic images.


The viewer’s position is tracked and the image rendered in such a way as to create an experience which mimics the physical nature of another world.





Scientists speculate on what other dimensions may be like however we can never experience them directly.


This series creates a visual parallel between Mars and the Tessaract, the three dimensional representation of a four dimensional cube.



Night Climbers of Cambridge


Based on the photographic exhibition by Thomas Mailaender, ‘The Night Climbers of Cambridge’ is a catalogue which directly embodies exploration.


Content must be discovered either by torchlight or by adjusting the books position to illuminate images and text.


The catalogue doubles as a guide to Cambridge as each photograph has a code which corresponds to a specific point on the included map.