I’m Chris, an interdisciplinary Product Designer, passionate about developing user-centred products through thoughtful design thinking by combining an industrial design skill set with engineering experience - specialising in consumer and medical product development.
At present working as a Product Design Engineer at Owen Mumford, whilst developing a range of exciting consumer and medical devices out of working hours. A recent graduate from Loughborough University, United Kingdom.
3D Hubs Student Grant 2018 - Shortlisted
The project Kyor was shortlisted from thousands of entries by 3D Hubs. The awarded represents the most innovative student projects using 3D printing in the fields of Architecture, Engineering and Product Design.
Commercial Potential Award 2018 - Nomination
Nominated out of hundreds of students to be shortlisted for the Commercial Potential Award; given to projects with high potential to succeed in commerce by the Loughborough University Enterprise Office.
New Designers 2018 - Exhibitor
The project Kyor was one of the 14 selected out of hundreds by staff and students to represent Loughborough University at New Designers 2018 with the project Kyor. Exhibition at London in July.
WorldStar Student Awards 2015 - Certificate of Merit Winner (Highest in Category)
Certificate of Merit credited for designing a better solution for the Britvic Squash’d juice bottle, for which l came overall 4th highest (out of thousands of entries) from the world and highest in the category.
Student Starpack Award 2015 - Bronze Winner
Highly praised Bronze Award winner of IMO3 Student Starpack Awards with approximately 148 entries. This qualified me for entry into the WorldStar 2016 competition.
WJEC Innovation Exhibition 2014 - Selected
One of my projects, a multi-functional coffee table and computer stand was selected by the exam board as a contender for an innovations award, and toured Wales in a prestigious event showcasing the most innovative project work. It toured multiple large venues to help inspire up and coming design students.