BA (Hons) Fashion
My graduate project is called Zooxanthellae, which showcases human’s effect on coral reefs through pollution, expressed through crochet and textiles, involving the use of second hand “single-use” materials. This subject matter is one that I feel is especially important, as climate change poses a large threat to our wildlife and surroundings. I am a hard-working and driven individual and work well as part of a team or independently.
I have worked in multiple roles since my first job at the age of 16 and have also undertaken volunteering roles and unpaid work experience, often embarking on more than 1 role at a time, which demonstrates my positive attitude towards employment and learning new things. Throughout my final year at university, I have improved on my ability to be able to work independently and solve problems that are thrown my way. I have learnt to overcome personal and practical struggles in order to thrive and to produce work that is to the best of my abilities.