Jewellery and Textiles Programme; Course leader, MA Material Futures.
Caroline has 10 years experience combining roles as a researcher, designer, design commentator & educator. Working at the intersection of disciplines, Caroline is passionate about forging new knowledge and ideas through collaborative practice. With considerable experience facilitating relationships across science, design and technology, prior to setting up FranklinTill Caroline led design research projects commissioned by major institutions such as the Home Office’s Design & Technology Alliance and the Institute of Materials and Mining.
A graduate of the Royal College of Art and previous recipient of the BSI Sustainability Design Award, Caroline has considerable expertise relating to the sustainable design agenda, particularly within the area of material innovation.
Previously Design Editor at renowned forecasting agency The Future Laboratory, Caroline edited and directed digital and printed design publications such as Viewpoint and LS:N Global. Combining academic teaching with directing FranklinTill Studio Caroline is currently the Course Leader for the renowned MA Material Futures programme at Central Saint Martins, a two year Masters course dedicated to designing the future of materiality. Caroline is also the External Examiner for the BA/MA Design Futures at University of Brighton and the MA Fashion Strategy at ArtEz in The Netherlands.
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