“In at The Deep End’ explores wellbeing, movement and how people take a step away from technology. This has been explored through the movement of swimming supported by imagery taken from an abandoned swimming pool, paused in time.

The work produced is a mixture of 3D and surface manipulation. This project has been created using digital print enhanced by stitch, laser cutting and handprint finishing techniques. A mixture of lightweight fabrics, contrasted with thicker stiffer materials layered together has been used to create depth and represent the fluidity of water and structure of the buildings housing it. colour is a key aspect of this collection, used to portray the feeling so that the viewer is immersed in the same world.”