My key areas of interest are design ethnography, systems and complexity and designing tools that support insight and understanding for these. Through my PhD I have been researching the intersection of systems thinking, co-design and healthcare. I aim to use the poetics of design to help us understand the world and each other better. I hope we can direct our design practice to heal the harm we have inflicted upon the earth and each other. I believe our future depends on understanding the inter-relatedness of all life. I love playing games and exploring complexity through design and art. And I enjoy a good yarn about complexity, systems, ecology, sustainability, growing food, cooking food, and unveiling the unspoken and half seen assumptions we have about the world, how it works and how it could be different.
|2023||If trees could speak|