BA (Hons) Automotive and Transport
I have a passion for clay modelling. I’m searching for graduate opportunities and experience in clay modelling, or design.
Specialising from the end of second year, I have completed additional projects to build my skill levels and knowledge of the processes. Being keen to find clay opportunities, I managed to independently secure a 6-month trainee clay internship position at Toyota ED2, France. What I learned working in a professional environment alongside the modelling team, is showcased in my Toyota work, and my final major project.
Inspired by Toyotas fabric manufacturing origins, Century Zenith - is a sculptural form exploration influenced by the movement and properties of fabric whilst embodying Toyota’s core design values. The project provides a vision of what the Japanese icon could look like in 2035
Submerged Urban Reality - my final major project, is an amphibious city car for East Asia, in 2050. The project investigates a future where flash flooding in coastal regions has become persistent, and where contemporary vehicle designs have become incapable of meeting the challenges of this changed environment. If required in an emergency, the cabin can detach from the chassis and transform into a steerable craft to convey occupants to safety.