Projects:

Experiential:
The LASALLE Show: Faculty of Design BA (Hons) Graduate Exhibition Frontage (2022)
Hello, I’m Here Exhibition (2022)
Hello, I’m Here Proposal (2022)
Singapore Art Week 2022: The Oort Cloud and Blue Mountain, Singapore (2022)
Children’s Biennale 2021: The Oort Cloud and Blue Mountain, Germany (2021)
KINDERBIËNNALE 2021: The Oort Cloud and Blue Mountain, Netherlands (2021)
Breathing Bytes Proposal (2020)


Computational:
Affective Commmunication Research (2021-2022, Ongoing Project)
A Series of Explorations and Technical Challenges (2021)
Archifest 2021: Sea of Debris (2021)
Generative 3D Form Finding Tool (2021, Coming soon!)
DJ Heard That?! (2021)
Generative Type Tool (2020)


Digital:
Neuewave Web Animations (2021)
Source of Happiness (2020)
Superfit Trail Etiquettes (2020)
Curious Shapes (2017)


Printed:
Disjointed Memories (2020)
Various LASALLE Collaterals (2016-2018)
The Cobbler Project (2017)
Did I Have Fun? (2017)


Matthew is a creative technologist and designer delivering print, digital, computational and experiential concepts. He is keen on design research and has a fondness for the academic side of design, where he aspires to inspire others with what design can bring about. Matthew believes design exists to serve a purpose and that it is beyond just creating functional and accessible works but also establishing an emotional connection with audiences.

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Completed as part of the Diploma in Design Communication level 3 programme at LASALLE.
Awarded the Bronze Crowbar for Photography in the Design Discipline at the 2017 Crowbar Awards.


The goal of The Cobbler Project was to preserve the roadside cobbler trade through an event featuring a time capsule displaying various artefacts alongside a photo essay journal. The event titled 'Homage & Salvage' was created with the idea of paying homage to the cobblers that salvage our shoes. The event featured a website to spread awareness as well as print advertisements. A journal was created to preserve the trade through interviews, photos and on the ground research, which will, in turn, educate the audience on the traditional trade.