James is a designer, cabinetmaker, researcher & senior tutor at the Royal College of Art.
James Tooze MA (RCA), FRSA is a designer, maker and researcher. His work, both commercial and academic focuses on the interwoven areas of open design, open fabrication, digital manufacturing and sustainable production. Having trained and practiced as a cabinetmaker he has a deep affinity for self-making, craftsmanship and the sharing of making knowledge. He is a graduate of the Design Products programme at the Royal College of Art, where he is now Senior Tutor and currently leading the 2 year EPSRC funded Future Makespaces in Redistributed Manufacturing project.