A r t i s t, C o l l a b o r a t o r,
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Stephanie is an artist and designer who creates sculpture and site specific installations for interiors and public spaces. Inspired by the environment, from geology, to weather cycles, to the intricate nests' of insects, she uses natural and found materials wherever possible to create work in response to her surroundings. Through her work, she aims to reconnect people with the natural world through tactile and intriguing forms, whilst highlighting environmental issues such as habitat loss and changing weather patterns.
Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2013, Stephanie has been commissioned by private clients, galleries and architectural practises including The New Craftsmen to produce high-end furniture, and MUF to create sculptural seating for a public space in London.
Alongside this, she is a co-founder of the arts organisation Studio Meraki (est. 2016), whose focus is to improve public spaces and strengthen communities through the use of community led design and arts facilitation. Funders include the Arts Council and the National Lottery. See more at www.studiomeraki.org
More recently, Stephanie has focused on combining the two side of her practice, arts facilitation and sculpture, to create collaborative, socially engaged installations for public spaces.