is a writer and designer, whose creative expression takes many forms including zine maker, poet, designer, artist and urban planner, and aspiring architect. Fayroze combines her creative ideas to deliver innovative and surprising workshops across Sydney, sold out at venues such as the AGNSW, MCA, Campbelltown Arts Centre & Bankstown Arts Centre. Her artwork (predominantly paper-based) ranges from drawing, ASCII art, zines, and photography utilising gold leaf and foil in addition to experimental book binding techniques and specialist creative and unique Japanese techniques.
Her writing describes the socio & psycho spatial politics, displacement and serious issues, and her experience of living in the ever-invaded city of Sydney. Fayroze’s writing styles vary from poetry, essay, literary journals, anthologies, and scholarly journals about architecture, alienation, anomie and love in Sydney.