I’m a multidisciplinary designer passionate about collaborating design work that centres around marginalised voices 🗣🫧 I ensure my work reflects a diverse range of perspective and experiences as I’m dedicated to creating an inclusive and impactful design that fosters a safe space for everyone 🫂🌐✨

As I continue to grow and develop as a designer 🌠 I’m deeply commited to decolonising design practices, challenging traditional narratives and fostering diversity in the field. I aim to translate stories 📇 into visual systems that demonstrate how thoughtful conversation and formal expression make for impactful design 🫧🖼

So, whether you're here to explore my digital wonderland🎢 testing my bahasa 🇮🇩 chat all things about pottery 🫶🏽 or just say hi, I'm excited to have you along for the ride❣️

Thanks for stopping by, means a lot <3🌷🌼

I acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the custodians of the land I am on.

As a privileged, non-Indigenous person, I am grateful for the opportunity to work and live on this land, and I commit to promoting understanding, respect, and reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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The cost of what you buy may cost human life.

    The Clothing Consumption campaign is to increase awareness regarding the detrimental effects of fast fashion—an industry built upon an unjust system that exploits garment workers. One of the campaign's primary objectives is to shed light on the hidden realities of fast fashion, where garment workers often face unsafe working conditions, mistreatment, unpaid labor, and instances of forced work.

        This initiative focuses on three critical areas: highlighting the unsafe workplaces and exploitation faced by garment workers, addressing the prevalent issue of unpaid labor, and bringing attention to cases of forced labor within the industry.
        The ultimate aim of this campaign isn't to solely condemn fast fashion brands. Rather, the aim is to empower individuals to make conscientious decisions when purchasing clothing. Every purchase is a choice that holds the power to create positive social impact. Consumers are encouraged to reflect on where their money goes and to support ethical and sustainable practices within the fashion industry.