TE PUNA AUAHA
the lyttelton container makerspace
Meet our Team
Sarah Pritchett lives on the sunny side of Te Whakaraupō and is excited to be involved in Te Puna Auaha with its focus on creativity and resourcefulness. Her knowledge of waste minimisation gives her a particular interest in the opportunities to foster a culture of repair and reuse.
Jacob Chick is a designer, artist and entrepreneur. Passionate about the design and manufacturing industry. He has an honours degree in industrial design and a graduate diploma in software engineering – ICT. Having resided in Lyttelton for 29 years Jacob has deep roots connecting him to the Lyttelton community. He enjoys helping develop initiatives and creating positive advancement; particularly in local charities and trusts.
Simone Reynolds [Sim]
Sim Reynolds is a designer working in the intersect of spatial and industrial design. Her practice is heavily informed by sustainable principles and the interrelationship between people, object and space. She has worked as an exhibition designer, creative mentor, communications designer and design writer. More than anything, she believes in the invaluable power of creative practice as an agent for social change.