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About me

My experience has led me to work on many exciting projects including visual identities, infographics, event installations / spacial, lots of print, digital platforms and more. Till this present day, I continue to expand my knowledge in all areas of design whilst continuing to work on exciting and challenging projects because thats simply what I love to do!


  • Advertising
  • Branding
  • Environmental Design
  • Corporate Identity
  • Print Design
  • Art Direction
  • Websites
  • Typography
  • Brand Identity
  • Logo Design
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop

Work history


Lead Graphic Designer

The Outside Collective

Jul 2013
  • Responsible for: • Handling and Managing all graphic design projects for print and digital (creative/on brand/in-house) from brief to final delivery • Designing for largely known brands, agencies and personal businesses • Creating artwork for branded events • Supporting the team with creative directions and ideas on other design briefs • Liaising directly with the clients and supplier list • Responsible for setting up final artwork for print and digital as well as providing relevant paper stock and finishes • Ensuring and overseeing all designs carried out are above company standard Working closely with Street Artists, Developers, Brand Strategists, PR Management and Marketing Managers Participating/Assisting in other non design related tasks i.e. events, client meetings, presentations, conference and Skype calls Design Tasks include: – Branding/Rebranding - Identity/Logo Designs – Editorial Design Layouts – Conceptual Visualisations and Mock ups – 3D Mock ups - Physical or Spacial – Photo Manipulation – Infographics Design – Creating Bespoke/Branded Powerpoint templates – Producing Pitch docs for potential briefs – Print media products such as: Business cards, Look Books, Posters, Flyers, Reports, invites, and many other print forms – Digital Products ranging from: e-invites/email designs, assets for Social Media and web, Web Layouts and Digital Advertising.


Graphic Design Intern


May 2013 - Aug 2013
  • Assisted the Creative Director in designing for corporate clients. Projects included idea generation and finalising logo designs, working along brand guidelines for print media solutions, website and blog layout designs and designing brochures/booklets with 30+ pages using style sheets and under brand guidelines. Presenting artwork, organisation, development in graphic design fundamentals and principles and a sense of design judgement were all things learnt and developed during my experience here.


In-house Graphic Design Intern

Tossed The Healthy Eating Place

Feb 2013 - Apr 2013
  • Assisted the Head Creative in designing their Spring/Summer campaign launch and developing their in-house graphics for their food products. Tasks have included Redesigning their existing menu boards, POS, serviette graphics, food packaging, their online ordering system, window vinyl graphics and till boards, contributed in generating an identity for a new food brand concept and conducting food photography.



BA) Graphic Product Innovation

London College of Communication

Apr 2009 - Apr 2012
  • The title of the course may be confusing; after all it contains two words, which conjure up very different and possibly separate activities. ‘Graphic’ implies graphic design with connotations of print or digital based communication while the term ‘product’ conjures up images of artefact design. 'Innovation’ is defined in the Cox Review of Creativity in Business as “the successful exploitation of new ideas” and “the process that carries them through to new products, new services” this course will give you the tools necessary to become an innovator that understands the changes that have taken place within the design industry. This interdisciplinary course allows students to focus on ideas and design principles that can be applied across and outside of traditional design disciplines. The aim is to understand how design thinking can be used to analyse existing situations, communicate with a user and solve problems.