Founded in 2018, we began as a group of dissatisfied students wanting to make good use of our design skills.
We’ve now grown into a social enterprise dedicated to improving the experience of adults in long term health care environments.
Meet the Team
Sophia Luu – Founder and Managing Director
Sophia is a good designer – that is, she uses her work to promote positive social change. Her current projects involve designing period positive campaigns, documenting her Vietnamese roots and writing a graphic novel about child abuse.
She has a degree in the History of Science and studied at Kingston and the University of Cambridge, where she guest lectured on the language of smell. She is doing an MA in Art and Science at CSM, focusing on cultural exchanges in Early Modern medicine. Past exhibition venues include the Strand and Stanley Picker gallery.
Mathilda Della Torre – Co Director
Mathilda is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer, currently based in London and doing a Master’s in Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins. Being half French half Italian and having lived in several European countries and worked in Morocco and India, she highly values multicultural collaborations.
She uses her art as a way to look closer for longer, to portray how she sees small portions of the world and to bring people together through creative exchanges and visual conversations.
Our Wonderful Artists
Currently a student of Art and Science, Lottie previously worked in neurophysiology research at The National Hospital of Neurology and Neurosurgery, and has degrees in Physiology (BA, University of Oxford) and Clinical Neuroscience (MSc, Kings College London). Her work concerns (mis)perceptions of illness, disability and the process of aging. She uses insights from paid and voluntary work in the care sector, personal experience as well as theory to re-present and re-humanise people.
Molly is a transdisciplinary designer and systems thinker with an emphasis on creating a more inclusive society through in-depth research and human-centered design. She is currently completing her Master’s in Material Futures at Central Saint Martins.
Currently pursuing her masters in media, communications and critical practice at London College of Communication, Rashmi enjoys telling stories. Previously she worked with a travel magazine in Mumbai (India), documenting people and places through writing, photo research, production, and social media. Rashmi truly values people and connections and is keen to share the kindness and love she's been lucky to find. Her dream world? One where every individual feels supported and empowered to be everything they are.