Designer, Art Director and Visual Thinker. Lover of trainers, fonts, and cheesecake.

Exploring graphic design as a way to challenge and agitate. Passionate about coding, interactivity, editorial design and branding. Experimenting with embroidery and type design currently.


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(2021)
DECODING DEEPFAKES


PHOTOGRAPHY /
EDITORIAL DESIGN


Working collaboratively with Container Magazine to develop a social media campaign to engage their readers in discussions about their initial reactions to the emerging technology of deepfake technology. Responses were collected across social media and used to generate collaborative poetry.

View the project here.



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(2021)
ADAPT AND OVERCOME


PHOTOGRAPHY /
EDITORIAL DESIGN


This project follows on from ‘Bending over Backwards’, continuing to reconsider how young people can reconnect with the idea of a union in a way that abandons the commanding communication of previous efforts. Using the office chair as a symbol of the workplace, these images and poster design create playful diagrams which explore taking back power in the workplace in a visually intriguing way.




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(2021)
BENDING OVER BACKWARDS?


WORKSHOP DESIGN / PARTICIPATORY DESIGN / EDITORIAL DESIGN

This project aims to reconsider how young people can reconnect with the idea of a union in a way that abandons the commanding communication of previous efforts. The workshop’s most recent iteration explored how we stop altering ourselves to suit our employers. The visual motif of a warped employee is used throughout to create engaging and different conversations.


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(2021)
CORPORATE COMMANDMENTS

[Collaboration with
Daisy Wilkinson]


EMBROIDERY / PHOTOGRAPHY

Designed to highlighting ever-changing brand values and the empty promises of corporate companies, these flags encapsulate values in unchangeable embroidered designs. These flags present a permanent and tangible nature to consumerist climate, which currently shifts to suit the moment. The three designs were based on values from Google, Astra Zeneca and Heinz.


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(2021)
O.0.0


PRINT / EDITORIAL DESIGN / EXPERIENCE DESIGN

How do we holiday in the future?
Out of Office proposes taking holidays using Google Streetview, taking in the world, during our lunch breaks! On average 9.7 extra days of holidays were carried over from 2020 leaving a workforce in need of a break and what better way to squeeze it in during the limited time we have! 




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(2021) 

CLOCK WATCHER

FONT DESIGN / PRINT DESIGN /
WEB DESIGN

Task-based time was developed in order to coordinate labour, accelerating the hustle culture so prevalent in the 21st Century. The analogue clock has become a symbol of our pursuit of productivity, paired with our constant focus on the 9 - 5 and the 40 hour work week. Clock Watcher is an open-source variable typeface and adaptive website based entirely on analogue clock positions, highlighting the structures that control our lives.



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(2021)
A SYSTEM OF HASHTAGS


PRINT / EDITORIAL DESIGN

Our beliefs control every single moment of our lives, altering how we perceive our actions and the world around us. Without beliefs, we would be unable to function, unable to choose and unable to evolve. However, the question continues to arise about where our modern-day belief systems exist, especially in a digital-first age. Twitter continually takes centre stage in these discussions.

A System of Hashtags’ ultimately poses a question about how our lives are put in order by our beliefs. Without the hashtag would be able to put our digital lives in order? Awarded ISTD Merit



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(2020)
BRAND HUMAN


MOTION DESIGN

Brand Human takes a playful look at the future of automation, as human employees become unique selling points of businesses. All GIFs sourced from GIPHY.

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(2020)
MOTIVATE AND INNOVATE


WEB DESIGN / CODE / AI

Motivate and Innovate is an HTML motivational phrase generator designed to emphasise the bizzare language used to increase efficiency. Using AI, the website has created a new word bank of motivational language for future motivation. Users can choose to generate a new range of (ridiculous) language for the future of business or interact with the automated bot ‘CHATBOSS’, built to mirror the frustrations of automated management whilst working from home!

Visit the site here



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(2020)
THE FIRST 100 DAYS


PRINT / ILLUSTRATION /
EDITORIAL DESIGN

The First 100 Days takes a tongue in cheek look at Donald Trump’s appalling handling of the first 100 days of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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(2020)
#METOO


MOTION DESIGN / AR FILTER DESIGN

A sequential animation project exploring the sexist messages sent on social media platforms. Each video explores an individual experience using digital visual languages. The project also explores AR filters on Instagram allowing users to tackle and expose these, often hidden messages, by putting human being’s in the same space as these often anonymous digital experiences.

View the full collection here




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(2020)
THE HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT


ARDUINO / PROCESSING /
MOTION DESIGN

A satrichal experiential installation project allowing visitors to experience the frustration and hostility of the Government’s hostile environment policy, through a range of arduino and code based devices and experiences.  A set of three art directed videos detail the installation experience.  

Find more work around this project here





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(2019)
A HOME FROM HOME


PRINT / FILM PHOTOGRAPHY / EDITORIAL DESIGN

A hand-bound photo essay exploring the making of a temporary home away from home whilst at university. Using the imperfect nature of 35mm film photography to capture the small details which make my student house feel more like the home I have left behind. 



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(2019)
EFFICIENT


PRINT / EDITORIAL DESIGN

A 288 page editorial design reimagining an article that calls for a Universal Basic Income in response to automated ‘uber style’ public services. Each chapter seeks to make a more ‘efficient’ and ‘succinct’ version, taking an algorithmic approach in the text ultimately ending in a chapter of fewer than 30 words. Printed on 80gsm white stock to mirror the workplace and bureaucracy.



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(2019)
NO CHOICE


PRINT / EDITORIAL DESIGN

A collaborative project looking to create an archive for a local community group who specialise in providing community internet services. We wanted to move further than a typical archive, exploring the group’s hacking together and ‘make do and mend’ mentality.

Aiming to make this relevant for the eco friendly, cost conscious millennial - teaching a new generation these skills and preserving their work.



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Currently looking for opportunities to work on new and exciting things and collaborate with like minded people. Also avaliable for freelance opportunities. Feel free to get in contact anytime.






Designer & Visual Thinker


Exploring graphic design as a way to challenge and agitate. Passionate about coding, interactivity, editorial design and branding.

Currently looking for opportunities to work on new and exciting things and collaborate with like minded people. Also available for freelance opportunities. Feel free to get in contact anytime.


ISTD Member (Merit Award Pass)
Creative Conscience Award Winner
InstagramAre.na





(2019)

A HOME FROM HOME

PRINT / FILM PHOTOGRAPHY / EDITORIAL DESIGN
A hand-bound photo essay exploring the making of a temporary home away from home whilst at university. Using the imperfect nature of 35mm film photography to capture the small details which make my student house feel more like the home I have left behind.