- Shelter — The Pledge WallAn Interactive Installation at Shelter's 50th Anniversary Reception — The Pledge Wall had two key purposes: engage individuals in the audience and get them to show their support by simply providing their name. The result was the reveal of a powerful rallying cry, made stronger by the show of support from Shelter’s major donors at the event. Anthony Burrill showed interest in the project and a collaboration began! Moving Image by Max Smith
- Byron — The Manager's Training ManualAn In-depth manual for Byron to use as part of their training course for prospective managers. — The training manual contained a lot of vital information interspersed with Byron’s visual history, interactive pages, and quizzes to enliven the folder and make it feel less daunting. Contains illustrations by: Alec Doherty, Jean Jullien, Nishant Choksi and Paul Blow.
- The Rolling Stones — From The VaultFrom The Vault is a series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which span some of their most legendary performances. – Primarily displayed below is the first release from the series: Hampton Coliseum 1981. The design challenge faced was creating a flexible system that would work across all the releases and multiple formats; LP, CD, DVD and publication formats. Work created whilst working at Studio Fury
- Shelter — 50 Year ExhibitionThe Shelter at 50 exhibition looked at Shelter’s milestone achievements and its insights into the housing crisis over the last 50 years. — The guests passed through five houses (one for each decade) where they were presented with physical archive material, reproductions, and objects from the era to put them right back in the moment. My wayfinding system led the guests from Shelter’s birth in 1966 to the present day.
- BoxHill Developments Ltd. — BrandingI was approached by the founder of BoxHill Developments Ltd. to create the identity for his newly established construction company. — The starting point for the mark was looking at construction in its simplest form: a square or cube. Or from another perspective: four walls and a roof. The end result is a logo that plays with perspective for the viewer and reveals two components that are interdependent and interactive.
- ByronWorking as a brand guardian and in-house designer for Byron — As one of two designers, I worked closely with the senior designer to shape the bi-monthly campaigns, restaurant collateral and other printed publications. My briefs and responsibilities varied greatly, and by the end of my time there I was the sole designer. Responsibilities included art direction, designing restaurant collateral and campaigns, communicating with illustrators and other creatives, handling print production, and over
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Senior Graphic DesignerShelter
- Old St, London, UKFreelance
My role at Shelter saw me working as the senior designer on the in-house creative team. Given great responsibility across a variety of briefs, I project managed myself, as well as the junior designers and artworkers on the team. — The experience at Shelter was invaluable for many reasons. Working on an in-house design team challenged me as a designer to search for freedom and new ground within brand guidelines. Additionally, for the first time, during some projects I had junior team members under my guidance.
Midweight/Senior DesignerByron Hamburgers
- London, United KingdomFull Time
Being one of two graphic designers on the in-house marketing team, I worked closely with the senior designer to shape the bi-monthly campaigns, restaurant collateral and other printed publications. My briefs and responsibilities varied greatly, and by the end of my time there I was the sole designer. — Responsibilities included art direction, designing restaurant collateral and campaigns, communicating with illustrators and other creatives, handling print production, and overall maintenance and preservation of the brand.
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