St Joseph’s Hospice bereavement suite – I worked closely with the hospice team and project interior designer to create two long windows for the new viewing room. The interior mood board colours were the starting point for my themes, along with designing a very calm, soft and also uplifting concept.  I made many samples to ensure the team were happy with the colours, design and overall look of the new windows which had to fulfill a very sensitive criteria within this space.


Royal Derby Hospital – I was selected to create 5 panels to be part of the Arts for Wellbeing ‘Using light’ autumn/winter exhibition that was showcased at the Royal Derby hospital. These panels were created using colourful abstract imagery with added texture to reflect the corridor light.


Newham Hospital, London bereavement suite – I was commissioned by the hospital as part of the Kings Fund ‘Enhancing the Healing Environment’ project for their bereavement suite. I created 2 panels to reflect the theme of gardens, using soft colours with a feeling of flowers and grasses moving in the breeze. These were installed in the new built courtyard room just adjacent to the viewing room.


Newham Hospital, London bereavement suite project 2 – I was also commissioned to create a sensitive replacement glazing to the existing clear café windows which looked across to the bereavement suite. Using the same garden theme to add cohesion and a link throughout the bereavement suite, I designed simple textured, etched and sandblasted panels to allow light through, but to create privacy for the family/friends visiting the mortuary opposite