Emily Boxall is a multi-disciplinary designer focused on the power of community and design for social innovation.
Attempting to tackle some of the biggest issues our society faces with positivity to motivate change, she hopes to encourage more connected and joyful interactions between people.

  “Joy doesn’t betray
but sustains activism”

Rebecca Solnit, Hope In The Dark

Her latest work has centred around food and the complex issues surrounding food poverty and hunger in world full of waste in a failing global food system. By confronting the challenges a growing population faces in the present climate crisis through a positive perspective, Emily aims to create a more inclusive and empowered society. This strong belief in the power of people to make monumental change is key in the way in which she approaches projects which are largely community based or collaborative.

After quitting the fashion industry where she was a knitwear designer, she turned her focus to designing for a better future emphasising the importance of social equality and communication for a more sustainable world.
She is currently finishing her masters at Central St Martins school of Art and Design in London.