Describe your work in three words...
Experimental, surreal, dreamlike.
What first sparked your interest in design?
I have never really been interested in any other topic. There wasn’t one single point when I became interested in design—it’s been a long process.
Are there any particular visual or conceptual references that you draw upon throughout your work?
There are some key visual elements that frequently appear in my work, like vivid colours or gradients, or cloudy patterns. I’m always scrolling Instagram, taking screenshots whenever I see something interesting. So many other things inspire me—from well-known twentieth century artists like Salvador Dalí to more contemporary artists, designers and art directors like Dom Sebastian, Lazy Mom, Aleia Murawski and Signe Pierce. There are also several online platforms which I follow, particularly Dazed and Confused and Toiletpaper Magazine.
My aesthetic is very instinctive, I guess, but the visual culture of the ‘80s and ’90s has a big influence upon it.