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I am a T-shaped designer, with interests in the technical aspects of design, CAD, and user-research; the latter stemming from my experience at the world's largest tool manufacturer, Stanley Black and Decker, where I worked in product development for brands such as DEWALT and MAC Tools.

When i'm not working on university projects in Brighton, you'll find me in the garage at home in Birmingham working on one of my cars, or attending car shows around the country.

I regularly enjoy working on cars in my spare time. This has given me a host of knowledge not only on cars, but also in the technical and engineering aspects of design.

I also own a heavily modified 2003 VW Lupo, and a 1986 Reliant Scimitar SS1 built in Tamworth. You can see these on my website if you are interested, amongst my portfolio of university and personal projects.

For my 2003 Lupo build, I focused on the 'rat-look' trend in the VW scene. All modifications were undertaken by myself, including the 2-way air suspension system.

My final year project focuses around the "stance" car scene, and how it is possible to achieve the aesthetic that end users want, without compromising on performance, safety or legality.