The technical workshops are at the heart of Central Saint Martins, turning it into a huge factory of creativity. And at the heart of our workshops are our technical staff, who collectively are a storehouse of incredible knowledge, with the enthusiasm and commitment to share that with our students.
I am always learning something new and I love the creative inventive environment. The students are always asking challenging questions, which I try my best to answer.
I get inspiration from a variety of different places – especially from the students and colleagues that I collaborate with daily.
Students are constantly asking for programming solutions for the most ridiculous ideas. We have to solve problems here you wouldn’t have to solve anywhere else.
I get such a huge rush when a print job goes right.
It’s a rare experience - every year seeing the fantastic stuff students create - and you’ve had a hand in it. Making hundreds of things with hundreds of people is incredibly rewarding.
t’s really great to see the way that students approach things, the challenging perceptions of what performance is that they bring, and their critical thinking on what their practice is.
I am as likely to be learning a new 3D software package as I am to be found sharpening a chisel.
I am result-driven and as we are so busy down here we see results of our work on a weekly basis, that’s quite satisfying.
I like to make things and students work to their full potential.