|bouncing baby, 1942|
12 November 2014
My Nanna, the war bride. Grew up in Dorking south of London. Her father suffered a heart attack and died during the bombing of southern England. Her mother followed a few months later. She was pregnant at the time, 19, and waiting for her husband to return safely, while trying to survive the air raids. Some of her brothers were still over seas, some had returned (wounded, maimed). She carried her baby through the hottest July she can remember.
07 November 2014
Every room is unique in this boutique hotel in Bavaria. Each artist/designer was asked to design a room on a very low budget and show their talents and interests. Canadian Wood shows the possibility of using wood in various ways and forms, while also sharing some Canadian myths, stories, and cliches. All pacifier objects are handmade original designs. Lamps, pillows, nightstand and day blanket are a few of the objects I designed.
15 December 2012
25 September 2012
04 July 2012
13 February 2011
This year's challenge will be to resuscitate my blog - wish me luck. Other goals include starting new medical device design projects and developing some stuffed animal concepts. The motto for the year is "reconnect and engage"!
14 January 2010
I submitted, I waited and I sweat it out... checking email with an obsession that shaved a few years off my laptop and now the results are in!! I didn't win! But I was shortlisted (150 of 3000), which is really very fabulous for a product that has little to do with "