Final year project
Sustainable set of tools for berry picking/foraging
beri - The Foraging Toolbelt
Beri contains everything necessary to harvest berries and store them in the most efficient way to keep them fresh. With an adaptable toolbelt made from organic waxed cotton, beri is a sustainable way of harvesting berries on the go and packing them away.
beri - The Picker Head
By attaching different 'heads' to the container, beri is able to pick berries, store them, and seal them ready for later.
beri - Storing Berries
Once beri is brought home, the container can sit in the fridge, keeping berries cool and fresh for when users want to conveniently have their berries as an on-the-go snack or use them in recipes.
During my four years at Loughborough, I have refined my skills as a creative, emotive designer with a primary interest in user needs and enhancing experiences. My strongest skills lie in research, sketching, and CAD.
An interest in foraging comes from my enthusiasm in hiking and the outdoors, and enhancing this experience to inspire more people to enjoy the food around them and connect with nature. Having studied Sociology and Psychology in depth, I also have an interest in how people emotionally connect with consumer products. Having project managed artwork and furniture refurbishments of more than 30 different hotel, restaurant, and pub venues around the UK, I am capable of handling large scale projects and working in a team. I aim to join an integrated design team, with a strong focus on working together to achieve well developed design solutions.
July '17 - July '18
Inn Gear Ltd. '18