Based between London and ortland, Oregon Parsha Gerayesh (born 1987) originally trained as a fashion designer, holding a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design from the University of Westminster.
Working for a variety of practices from commercial design studios to Savile row developed Parsha’s interests in construction and manufacturing techniques. This lead to pre-occupations with developing ways of appropriating techniques between disciplines and to gaining an MA in Design Products from the Royal college of Art.
Parsha’s work now relies on a multi-disciplinary approach to an object’s structure and medium, and as such the focus of his work is in challenging the processes of manufacture through design, creating new directions for objects, interiors, textiles and furniture.
2018 - ’Horror show’. London Design festival, London UK
2018 - ‘Ready, Made, Go curated by the Modern Design Review’. Ace Hotel, London UK
2017 - ‘Designers select Designers’. The Aram Gallery, London UK
2017 - ‘Ready, Made, Go curated by the Modern Design Review’, Ace Hotel, London UK
2016 - ‘Ready, Made, Go curated by the Modern Design Review’. Ace Hotel, London UK
2015 - ‘Ready, Made, Go curated by the Modern Design Review’. Ace Hotel, London UK
2015 - ‘Royal College of Art Graduate Show’. Royal College of Art, London UK
2014 - ‘100% optical’. Exhibition center, London Uk
2011 - ‘Drapers Fashion Summit’. London fashion week, London UK
2011 - ‘ Vauxhall Fashion scout’. London Fashion week, London UK
2013-2015 Royal College of Art, MA Design Products
2007-2011 University of Westminster, BA (Hons) Fashion Design
2006-2007 Newham college, Bespoke Tailoring
2005-2006 London college of Fashion UAL, Foundation Art & Design