b i o b i j o u x
noun
Is made by combining biodegradable-, capable of decaying through living organisms and bijoux- from the French word bijou “(jewelled) ring”. A project that embodies a unique collaboration between luxury, materialism, and utopia. A brighter future relies on all of us, including luxury brands, to adapt and be mindful of the life cycles of our material consumption.

Embark on a visual exploration of biodegradable materialism and luxury and discover how it
became jewellery.
The combination of critique and experimentation comes out in works like BioBijoux, where there is a rich developed visual language drawing on biological materials grown out of fungus and bacteria. The project uses these visuals to speculate about how these materials are used in luxury production, enabling us to imagine a future where more sustainable versions of these products might exist and to question existing cultural attitudes and economic structures around consumption.







CV

2019 February - Present

Art Direction Intern for Object & Animal
Working on creating a visual identity around the production company’s body of work.

2017 December - Present

Art Director and Editor-In-Chief for FLESH
Generating projects and ideas which provide collaboration across the creative industries, showcasing young creative directional work.

2016 September - 2019 May

Design for Art Direction (BA Hons) LCC
London College of Communication, University of Arts London.

2015 October - 2016 January

Fashion Photographer for Bast Magazine
In charge of the street-style category during CPH Fashion Week as well as attending and covering the shows as press-photographer.

2015 October

Design Intern for Fashion Designer Mark Tan
Working on the web-shop design to produce an effective and successful SS 16 campaign in correspondence with that season’s media strategy.

2014 August

Summer Course Fatamorgana Photography School
Studying snapshot photography at Fatamorgana.