PINK WEDNESDAYS is a monthly event in Bournemouth which has introduced London’s ‘House’ music to the southern coast’s club scene.
The Original Dancefloor
The Original Dancefloor acknowledges the origins and cultural importance of ballet, whilst presenting The Royal Opera House as an exciting and contemporary place for young people to go. Using motifs of the club aesthetic, the campaign engages the target audience by advertising the ballet as an exciting night out.
This outcome was awarded a YCN Commendation
VOICE is a typographic sticker book that allows protestors to create their own placards and signage on-the-go. Four typefaces were designed, each one inspired by the history of protesting.
I Think I Know You
I Think I Know You tackles the issue of face blindness, addressed when the main character can no longer distinguish his wife from everybody else. The poster was designed to illustrate the poignancy of the film whilst remaining personal.
I worked alongside an art director and photographer to locate somewhere which captured shadows, dynamic angles and skate details in an urban, British environment.
This project was completed at Thinking Juice.
History Of The Jurassic Coast
Book combining manipulated archive images to show the history and future of the Jurassic Coast. Images were collected from the RAF database and edited accordingly.
A record sleeve designed for the neo-electronic band KALA. The photo manipulated landscape reflects the psychedelic and dream-like album.
Crimson is based on the life of female pirate Ching Sigh, completing this series of posters for the film entailed working with photographers and gave me more insight into art direction.
A series of graphic photographs inspired by spending time with forensic scientists. Objects were collected and overlaid with forensic students’ notes and then projected back into the environment.