The Chinese character for Happiness and the English letters OH!OK became one piece using Lightvert light projection technology at Granary Square, London.
Subjective & Objective FILM Book series 2017
An on-going project (click for more) which explored relation between people and their living space by visiting, talking, recording, photographing and printing.
Love at First Sight 2017
Layers-off story inspired from Shuji Teragama and My Own Private Idaho.
Origins Crreative Arts Festival 2019, London
New Generation in Bananafish_Binding Talk 03 2017
Which Pill Will Be the Next? 2016
CSM Winning work of EUROSTAR / CSM / PSA 2017:
‘A powerful idea expressed simply and elegantly, displaying an awareness of contemporary events as well as strong technical skills’ - Linda Jarvin, Dean of the Paris College of Art
‘I think – without exception - all the judges were moved by this work. By such direct and clear means an idea is communicated that goes straight to the heart’ - Chloe Briggs, Head of Foundation, Paris College of Art
'There is a melancholy and beauty in this work in equal measure, the gravity of the impact of Brexit on Britain, and therefore Europe is felt in this discreet and clever manner. The detail in the making of this artefact is exquisite.' - Chris Roberts, Foundation Programme Director, Central Saint Martins
‘I loved this piece as not only did it visually communicate the loss of the UK from Europe, it evoked a genuine feeling of loss - making it a powerful, winning piece of design.’ - Oonagh O'Hagan, Foundation Curriculum Leader in Fashion & Textiles, Central Saint Martins
‘Scene’s work was immediately thought-provoking and evoked a real feeling of sadness. You could easily sense the fragility of the other pills/countries of the EU, through Scene’s beautifully-crafted pill box.’ - Daniela Glynn-Jones, Global Brand and Communications Manager, Eurostar
Might Be A London Guide Monoprint & Illustration
Poster series to create juxtaposition of stores at London and China with western and oriental graphic and names which includes twelve A4 posters*12 and three A5 posters. Second edition of 20.