The Complete Works of Khandiz
Multidisciplinary Artist & Eudaimonic Sustainability
0   /   100
Creative Sustainableist

Vujà Dé Creative Solutions

At its essence, vujà dé simply means looking at old problems with a different or renewed perspective. I use this approach across my varied disciplines to provide my clients with creative, sustainable & eudaimonic solutions.

A New Way of Thinking Seeing Feeling

A Botanical Study
BLOODLINE AmandaFordyce 200217 Bee 3659 1 1024x683 1
2018.04.05 absolution s18 32 1 scaled
NOVEL Portfolio Layout
KhandizJoni CulturalAppropriation UntaintedMag AksHuckleberry 51
download 26
The Beautiful Art of Letting Go

Hi, My name is Khandiz

I am a hybrid professional. I call myself a Creative Sustainableist.

As an accomplished international  artist and qualified sustainability professional, I prioritise working with the creative and beauty industries – both businesses and individuals –  to transform their vision into one that has a more eudaimonic social, environmental and economic impact.

My unique skillset and training make me both strategic and able to implement practical solutions.

My background as a multidisciplinary artist gives me a distinctive way of seeing the world, which helps my clients to see things through a different lens, and in turn – helps them to then innovate, challenge, and lead.

vuja de creative solutions by khandiz joni

Musings

A vivid and varied collection of thoughts, ideas, opinions and the odd news update.

A black woman with short hair with her hand holding her face and her eyes closed.

Breathtaking

adjective Regent Street at 6 am. Winter. As the sun comes up and casts shadows between the buildings. I breathe out frosty air. Warmth. Date

Read More »
Arrival. People standing on a train waiting to get off.

Arrival

This post is part of an ongoing series of short musings about life in London. Observations. Inspirations. Stolen Moments.

Read More »
Anticipation. Blurred image of a train in the London Underground

Anticipation

This post is part of series of short musings about life in London. Observations. Inspirations. Stolen Moments. It’s inspired by one of my favourite books of all time: A Lover’s Dictionary by David Levithan.

Read More »
Skip to content