How do you see things unfolding 100 years from now and what are the key steps along the way?
Unfortunately I think it will get worse before it gets better, probably caused by, as we touched on, the vast consumption of plastic in rapidly developing communities without the infrastructure in place to deal with it. Hopefully there will be a turning point when we realise enough is enough and return to a permaculture approach more inline with living in harmony with nature. We will never be perfect. There will always be jet planes and exotic foods flown in, but if we can be smart about the way we make things, and how we reuse and remake things, we can achieve a closed loop lifestyle.
Born in the wilds of Tasmania and with a deep passion and connection to nature, what draws you to London?
I arrived after a Masters at RISD and a brief stint in New York as I wanted to be closer to the nexus of the design industry, which was so Euro-centric and I found London to be hot bed of inspiration. It seemed like the perfect location, and in many ways it still is, it’s a fantastic place for connectivity and dialogue.