Having recently graduated from Central Saint Martins with a MA in Future Textiles, Catherine has developed a passion for materials and research methodologies that influence the fixture of design. This is manifested in her current work that has just been launched with fellow graduates, Cerium Lab.
She has come out of the renown textiles course with a project in which textiles play a role in supporting ladybirds within urban environments. This project explores how textile landscapes might encourage the survival and thriving of the ladybird, and further recognize their valuable contribution to organic gardening.
More on Catherine Verpoort’s projects here.