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The Studio

Environmental Awareness

Skills and Solutions

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The Studio
Waylon runs a studio that tests social and environmental interventions to provide an ‘afterlife’ to locally available materials. The studio validates collaborative social and educational models that include diverse human and non-human actors to envision sustainable futures. Past (and present) allies of the studio include architects, students, educators, musicians, builders, and crafters of urban-to-forest systems.
The Studio
His studio aims push the envelope on the known lifespan of materials and products by containing environmental sensitivity within practical, upcycled lifestyle pieces. The studio serves as an epicenter of creativity, where multiple artworks, installations and projects are always in development. Products of the studio may differ in content, but are consciously created in perfect symphony with each other as well as the world around them.
Over the years the studio has channelled a wealth of urban detritus into addressing economic-environmental stressors via educational experiences, such as farm-to-table workshops, sustainable community building exercises, design thinking activities, land and marine permaculture, and documentation tours on craft and natural building.
Waylon designs educational experiences that enable co-teaching and co-learning. He aims to create toolkits for custodians and stewards of diverse ecosystems to observe, document and mimic and design better co-habitats.

At the Story of Light and Seesharp festivals (in 2015 and 2017, respectively), Waylon designed and led upcycling workshops based on circular economies to address micro plastics and insensitive urban lighting.


Waylon is always in the process of finding new and sustainable ways to inspire, derive and produce art, design and ideology. The studio represents the Waylon-In-Process (WIP) phenomenon.

Educative art and installations

however some turtle species eat jellyfish ....... are considered as keystone species ...and their ecosystems/breeding grounds have to taken care of(story of light) ....however increase of plastic in the sea....