By designing for the majority, I like my designs to acknowledge the human entirety in how we react to space and its design process, through what we believe a space should aesthetically present, or how a space should make one feel. I believe that a space should not only benefit aesthetically, but each design should benefit to uplift and enhance human physical and mental wellbeing, ensuring a space has a sense of comfort. To establish this, I like to explore sustainable, yet luxurious design solutions, and foremost; design to enlighten reality.
Throughout my design process, I prefer to edge away from the use of a photo-realistic aesthetic to visualise my designs, but instead prefer to visualise and present designs through a more illustrative approach. I feel that by exploring in this process it allows for not only myself as a designer, but for the clients creativity to widen also.