Graduate Architect, Wellpreneur, Design Entrepreneur, Product Designer and Maker with over 6 years of experience in the design field and over 4 years running a business.
Ardent about working with people; service-focused, creative and passionate about innovative and experimental design. High level
of communication, problem-solving and critical thinking skills as a result of several leadership roles.
Distinct skills in associating with people from diverse backgrounds. Interested in community, educational and social architecture,
design and wellness, as well as product design work.
Whether designing spaces, making jewelry, prototyping for print or instructing art class, I enjoy working with, and taking inspiration from, people from diverse backgrounds. I have lived in Uganda, the United Kingdom (3 years) and Australia (4 years), so I enjoy exploring new places and interacting with people from all walks of life, which ultimately led to an interest in design, architecture and wellness, particularly community, educational and social architecture.
I graduated with a Master of Architecture from the Abedian School of Architecture (Bond University) alongside a Cert IV in Sales and Marketing. I have worked at m3architecture in Australia (2016-2017) and Studio FH Architects (Localworks) in Uganda (2018-Dec 2020, Oct-Dec 2021, April 2022), where I also developed and led Localtalks- a series of talks that focus on conversations about green design in East Africa.
I am currently working full time as the product designer for Lyflyn Designs, a design and wellness brand I founded in early 2019, based in Kampala, Uganda.
I am also the co-founder of Rich Auntie Wardrobe, a body positive luxury fashion brand.
Celebrating women of all shapes and sizes who love comfortable, sustainable and unique clothing.