Melissa Camm is a recent graduate of a BA(hons) Textiles and Surface Design degree from the University of Bolton. Melissa loves to work with a contemporary, urban image and enjoys experimenting with mark making and creating textures, she then takes these onto CAD and uses them to create designs using drawings and inspiration to create outcomes that can be used for interior products.
By experimenting with mark-making, textures, working with different line weights, styles and also scale she creates a variety of outcomes. These help to explore different ways of creating a design and expanding on her passion for design to create urban styled designs. Melissa uses different fine liners to create drawings, which help when experiment when taken into CAD to create outcomes.
Melissa is also competent at working on a computer and experimenting with different artwork to create patterns. Using different motifs to create block and drop repeats that can be used on anything from a feature cushion to a wallpaper.
Her work has been exhibited at New Designers, London in 2018. Smithills Hall in Bolton for ‘The Originals’ project in 2017. Market Place shopping centre in Bolton for the ‘Worktown’ project in 2016. She has also entered competitions such as Mood in 2016 and worked within a live brief with Gohar of the theme Slow Futures and Materials.