TMI is an enveloping audio-visual architecture that completely immerses the audience, exploring the sensory issues in autism. TMI subjects the non-autistic to an overwhelming flow of stimuli striving to achieve a perceptional situation of disorientation and anxiety. TMI ‘attacks’ the audience, challenging all sensual barriers. The main theme is overload, creating a gateway to gaining a sense of understanding of the sensory issues in autism.
I am a visual thinker who aspires to create multi-disciplinary, user centred projects. My work often explores experience design thinking and empathy. I enjoy the research side of projects as being part of the design process. What excites me most is experience design, brand identity and typography.