Based in Glasgow, I'm a collaborative designer focused on creating sustainable futures through shifting perspectives with tangible experiences, co-creating products and building new impact ventures.
I'm currently freelancing, teaching at GSA and supporting awesome people at Andthen.
Eating meat-free meals, switching to a green energy provider or riding a bike to work can earn you ECOs which you can spend in a new sustainable marketplace to buy ecological experiences, services and goods. This is a new way to track, measure and reward sustainability so that now you can do good and get paid.
The Hub Collective is a community-powered learning and sharing platform that strengthens innovation and entrepreneurship. Members are entrepreneurs, trainers, facilitators, coaches, enablers, practitioners, hub-makers and community-conveners who believe in the power of the collective to grow together.
Plastic Beach Party collects, shreds, designs and moulds plastic waste into brand new products on the island of Aruba. We see a waste-free future where materials are valued and ecosystems are safe from trash that is instead utilised in a circular economy. We create recycled locally valuable products, research the impacts of plastic waste, and provide guidance for plastic free products.
Nara was the first capital city of Japan and also means Happy in Gaelic. We aim to create food that is good for our bellies and our biosphere, making the world a little bit happier with every mouthful. My title is co-chef as I'm often working with live cultures and ferments to transform humble Scottish ingredients into something tasty.
Working closely alongside the Tokyo based i-lab team, we are currently exploring the future of work, education and leisure through the lens of sustainability. Contributions come from around the globe and our findings along with how to use futures thinking will be published next year.
B Corp Summit: Go Low on Carbon
Blended Learning for Startups
Oxfam co-creation of Youth Hubs
Design Thinking for Plastic Pollution