While some of these projects may not exemplify the full industrial design process, they show other elements of my work, my sense of aesthetics, and my love of working with my hands.
A compact chaise lounge in the style of a telephone chair. Constructed of birch plywood and integrating CNC cut segments for the "trans-lam" panels.
A rear horn-loaded speaker console created for a biomimicry themed assignment. The 8" fullrange driver and 9' internal horn combine to create an efficient system reaching down to nearly 40hz with the authority of a much larger driver.
A modular shelving system derived from a "Self-Watering Planter" project.
Models from various projects
My first foray into fashion, this class focused on sustainability and unconventional materials. The class culminated in a fashion show in which some of the best works from the semester could be showcased (as chosen by a jury of judges). I was lucky enough to have all of my looks featured.