Who am I?
I am an interioractive designer and researcher.
My work spans interaction design, interior design and physical computing. I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow and an HCI researcher at the Creative Interactions Lab, Carleton University. I did my PhD at Open Lab, Newcastle University where my work centered around Ubiquitous Environments from the lens of Architecture and Interior Design. Driven by a vision where the future interior designs would no longer have to be static, I am investigating ways we could potentially design and build interiors that are context-aware, dynamic, changeable and `living'; responding to our implicit and intuitive interactions to meet our needs, support our well-being and improve the quality of living.