Experimenting with flat sheet materials to make complex 3d forms.
Each of these sculptural artworks are made from a single piece of paper. Iterative prototyping is used to develop a pattern, which is refined in the computer and transferred to high quality watercolour paper, a material chosen for its satisfyingly grainy, tactile texture. The paper is then scored according to the pattern. Finally, the scores are creased by hand and eased into their surprising finished forms.