Bold. Feminine. Sculptural.

My work is an expression of myself and my curiosity. I think there’s an obsession with creative disciplines which can actually be limiting to the artist. When I started making work, I considered it a form of play and a conversation with my surrounding world. I let my awareness and natural interest be my rudder through a journey of expression leading me through from architecture, product design and painting.


My background is pretty diverse and may be a key indicator in why my work touches on many subjects. Educationally, I began in architecture. I was quite young when I went off to study at the Bartlett, but I think it was an amazingly grounding preparation for a professional life and the realities of the creative world. I didn't have as much fun as I would have liked though, so I did a Masters at the Royal College of Art, which would give me a hands-on opportunity to continue my growing passion for making and materials. During my time there I would always sneak off to other departments. I've kept that spirit of exploration.

However, my educational background is only one aspect. I am also a born and bred Londoner, with Caribbean heritage. I've grown up with a rich and diverse cultural exposure and cross culture appreciation that has been a constant source of personal inspiration.

Simone holds a degree in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and an MA, Design Products from the Royal College of Art. Using this she seamlessly works across scales, from jewellery and furniture, and beyond. Her collections explore 'intimate architectures' - creating objects and spaces that utilise architectural principals throughout.

Simone's work has been exhibited at the British Embassy during the London 2012 Olympic Games as an example of British Design Talent, The Royal College of Art 175 Year Anniversary Exhibition, Collect at the Saatchi Gallery, amongst many other domestic and international exhibitions.

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