On a project for Dyson I designed a complete lighting reflector scheme. My role involved LED selection, multi-able iterative design analysis, building prototypes, CAD, testing , full photometric / electrical system design, specification and time management.
Currently the project has been transferred to Dyson's SEA manufacturing team.
Photos to be posted once the project goes live.
Dyson cu beam suspended lighting
My role was to deliver the primary function of the first Dyson Cu beam suspended lights, the photometrics.
I was responsible for technical development of the system from the NPI team through to the start of production.
This included, helping to integrating the start-up Jake Dyson Lighting into Dyson and build the lighting category by learning how best to develop, test, analysis and design a completely new product for the business.
All of these aspects needed to be done to tight time lines and to the demanding high standards of a global company
Dyson pure hot + cool link
My role was to deliver a specific assembly on the first Dyson purifier, I was responsible for technical development of the filter catch assembly from initial concepts through to the start of production.
For last few years I have organised group ski trips.
LES ARCS 2016
Work hard, play hard.
Val Thorens 2015
Les Arcs 2014
Garden Flim Festival
For last few years I have hosted and curated a garden film festival, which has been mostly dry.
James Leckey Design Leckey is a globally recognised pioneer in the research, design and development of clinically focussed, posturally supportive products. I designed and prototyped a new standing frame, incorporating weight measuring technology and entertainment features, unique to the stander market.
The high resolution prototype was capable enough to user trial with three children. Whilst working with Leckey I liaised closely with them, holding regular overseas meetings and progress reviews to ensure a fast high quality outcome.
My role included designing plastic, metal, prototype electronics and wooden parts from conceptual stages all the way through to manufacture.
I worked with Leckey because they are the best at what they do. We were able to work fast and effectively on a large project with a great outcome for the children.
Removed two walls and changed the location of the kitchen myself.
I was finalist in National Cash Register Design Competition, from over 100 entries.
The brief was to use universal design principles to develop a new self service checkout which will improve the user experience of any individual.