About me

An ambitious, multi-disciplinary designer who wants to create innovative, user-centred products and services. I have a background in digital product development and a Master's degree in Service Design.

My professional background is in software development, however I previously studied architecture for my bachelor's degree. In 2015, in order to pursue my aspirations, I made a bold decision to move to Denmark to encounter new cultures, people, and knowledge.

Since moving to Copenhagen, I have designed services and systems for enhancing the experience of private transportation for elderly citizens, as well as project for supporting the repatriation of vulnerable migrants through partnerships with B-Corps. I also completed a course on "User participation and social innovation" which involved creating a social design concept for connecting both existing and emerging communities in Southern Copenhagen.

In Summer 2017 I completed my master's thesis on the subject of personal health data ownership and graduated with an MSc Service Systems Design from Aalborg University, Copenhagen.

Since 2016 I have organised the annual Copenhagen Service Jam, introducing over 100 students and professionals to service design methods. I am also an organiser for the Service Design Tour, an initiative that connects postgraduate students to professionals across Europe.


Service Designer


2017 – Present | Copenhagen

Service Design Intern


2016 | Edinburgh

MSc Service Systems Design

Aalborg University

2015 – 2017 | Copenhagen

Design Consultant

Black Pepper Software

2012 – 2015 | Royal Leamington Spa

Test Analyst


2010 – 2012 | Coventry


Wensley & Lawz

2008 – 2010 | Coventry

BA (Hons) Architecture

University of Lincoln

2003 – 2006 | Lincoln
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