As a designer, I’m intrigued by both the science and the art of paper folding. Paper folding techniques have been widely used in scientific and engineering fields such as protein folding, solar cells, Nano material development, etc. Though paper folding has been around for hundreds of years, the advance of digital techniques in recent years has allowed artists, mathematicians and computer engineers to develop complicated origami objects that can be folded from hundreds of creases. Each crease pattern of Folded Light Art series was developed originally by experimenting with ways of making paper behave in a structural-sound way. The resulting crease design was drawn in computer programs like AutoCAD and Adobe Illustrator, and was then sent to a Graphtec vinyl cutter to digitally cut and crease. I design with everyday materials, such as paper, and with simple digital technology, such as a vinyl cutter. I believe that common people should be able to have access to good design – good design makes people smile and empowers people to interact positively with their environments.