The studio aims to develop new collaborative working practices that integrate professional design, study and research more closely into designer’s making practice. It operates as a conduit through which commissions, contracts, research and people can flow, and aims to generate smaller spin-off projects for all involved.

Studio Director   Dr Jane Norris

Works as a designer maker focusing of the use of materials in a digital age – in furniture and interior design. She is Programme Leader for the BA Hons 3D Design Craft at Havering College, teaching furniture and spatial design. She has exhibited objects and videos in London including: The Commonwealth Institute; East London Design Show; 152 Gallery Whitechapel open; Onedotzero – ICA, Digital Works (and co-chaired discussion) Triangle Gallery Chelsea college of Art. and nationally at: The Peoples Place – Glasgow, Watershed Media Centre – Bristol, Reg Vardy Gallery – Sunderland, Norwich Arts Centre, City Gallery – Leeds, 42 Upper Street – Brighton Open and the Picker Gallery – Kingston University. She has also shown her work internationally at: Le Forum, United Nations, Geneva, RaMoMa – for the inaugural opening of the new Museum of Modern Art in Nairobi Kenya. She is currently external examiner at LASALLE college (Goldsmiths University) and Bath Spa University.

Web  Hosting  Jesus Felipe Querol

Product Design lecturer on the BA Hons 3D Design Craft at Havering College, also teaching digital design. Founder member of Nimble Critters. Specialises in interactive design.

Technical   Claire Watkins

Technition on the BA Hons 3D Design Craft at Havering College, specialising in Ceramics and Textiles.

Graphics   Judy McKensey

3rd year student on the BA Hons 3D Design Craft at Havering College, specialising in Glass and Ceramics.

Photography  Paul Hammond

Photography lecturer at Havering College teaching on the Foundation Diploma. Specialises in Mise-en-scène and studio photography.


Associate Members :

Assisting Alumni: Khadine Khan, Natalia Elkina, Shamim Jumba

Assisting students: Judy McKenzie, Dani Browne, Muhammad Mujahid, Pauline Fernandes