Goldsmiths Design graduate program: Candyce Dryburgh

Our last interview concerning the Goldsmiths Design graduate program is with 2013 BA Design graduate Candyce Dryburgh. 

What kind of designer are you?

Most of my work is centred around speculative and critical design which enables the public to discuss and question our current lifestyles as well as how it could be in the future. I am also interested in how future materials, craft and digital technology are important in our advancement.


What kind of work have you designed during this program period?

I am currently working on a material research and exploration around bone china and how materials can inform the use of particular objects. Continue reading “Goldsmiths Design graduate program: Candyce Dryburgh”

Goldsmiths Design graduate program: Amanda Millard

As previously mentioned, we have for you a series of interviews with alumni involved in the pilot sessions of our graduate program. Today, Amanda Millard, a 2014 graduate of our BA Design course.


What kind of designer are you?

I’m a multidisciplinary designer interested in projects that create awareness and discussion around social and environmental issues. I use a wide variety of materials and techniques to meet whatever concept I am working on. Continue reading “Goldsmiths Design graduate program: Amanda Millard”