Educated in fashion design, Daisy started to make squishy wearable sculptures (also known as flesh suits) after graduation. They sit in a delightfully awkward space between fashion, performance and sculpture.
Seeking to joyfully represent the human form in a bodily and fantastical way. They celebrate flesh, form and movement. Instead of sculpting with stone or marble, sculpting with fabric is more tactile, more life-like. Fabric is soft, warm and will not last forever, just like people.