My final project for my masters was based on repeat pattern, I wanted to investigate the way light and space interact with materials and create a unique sculpture that would intrigue viewers. I experimented with a wide range of materials including wood, plastics and metal. Through rigorous testing and experimenting I developed my unique wave tile that creates my sculpture called Perception. The sculpture Perception was completely handcrafted by myself, using industrial design processes and skills. I was then able to visualise and render models virtually before I constructed the final piece. The structure is designed to create a sense of engagement and understanding while challenging the nature of perceptions. Viewers are encouraged to walk around the sculpture to see the dynamic effects of light reflect off the glistening tiles. I am currently now working as an Artist in Residence at the University for the Creative arts in Farnham. I am taking individual and commercial commissions and I am open to working with different materials, industries and environments. I wish to continue developing unique and beautiful products that people find inspiring.