As an experienced designer with a career spanning many years, I have been fortunate enough to work on some exciting projects and collaborate with some truly inspiring individuals. One of the things that sets me apart in my field is my unique approach to design, which is heavily influenced by my experiences living in South of the Anthropocene. This perspective informs every aspect of my work, from the materials I use to the way I position my designs.

One of the most rewarding aspects of my work is my commitment to ecological redirection. I have played a key role in building the backbone for the Institut de la Redirection Ecologique, a hub for people interested in ecological redirection for a liveable future. I believe strongly in empowering people to take ownership of their future, and I am passionate about doing what I can to contribute to a more positive, sustainable world.

In addition to my work in design and ecological redirection, I have also held visiting positions at the University of Nairobi, where I have been able to share my expertise as a guest lecturer. I have also been invited to speak at the Freeminds Sessions, where I have had the opportunity to engage with a diverse range of individuals and share my insights on a variety of topics.

I see myself as a creative who works in ecological redirection, with a strong focus on people. I am a writer, illustrator, and thinker, and I find inspiration in my own life experiences as well as the world around me. When I’m not working, I enjoy listening to podcasts and staying up to date on the latest trends and developments in my field.

Overall, I am excited about the future of design and the role that I can play in shaping it. I am constantly seeking new challenges and opportunities to grow, and I believe that my unique perspective and passion for ecological redirection will continue to be an asset in everything I do.