My teaching practice is based on critical and speculative thinking, often informed by my experience working in industry as an industrial designer. This enables me to explore, together with students, a spectrum of perspectives from critical/speculative to potentially viable. I see design as a practice that often oscillates between these two poles.

I consider teaching a space in which we collectively and critically explore ideas, and I aim to motivate students to become comfortable with experimentation in order to develop independent learning. I approach students with an open mind, where much of the work relies on listening to their ideas, intentions and perspectives in order to give appropriate guidance and meaningful feedback.