Almost everything Emma likes involves sitting behind a screen, which is why she decided to find one non-digital creative pursuit. So she started working under the Lorrainebrücke with saws, paint, and fire to create original wood objects for walls and shelves.
Each piece is one of a kind, embracing the unique irregularities of new and reclaimed materials. Her designs tend toward two distinct styles: clean, minimalist, and architectural, or colorful, playful, and whimsical. Both styles are clearly driven by her varied sources of inspiration, including a juxtaposing passion for cities and nature, food, photography, literature, and an intense curiosity about the world.