I am a graphic designer living and working in London. I currently work for Rebel Kitchen where I am the solo graphic designer. Being an independent graphic designer has meant my role has expanded beyond the usual responsibilities of a designer and instead focuses on creative direction for the brand. The work I have produced has been used as advertising across major London train stations and has had a major impact for Rebel Kitchen. I graduated from University of Westminster with a First Class Honours in Graphic Design BA(Hons) in July 2016. During my education I had the opportunity to connect with some incredibly inspiring individuals that have shaped and helped drive my creative mind. London as a whole is a highly creative pool in which design trends flourish and new ideas pour in around us. There is a certain energy I feel when living and working here that provokes the way my creativity flows. I am lucky enough to be able to relax and rejuvenate in Somerset as this is where my family home is. Every now and again I can reenergise and actually explore new elements of the natural environment that can spur the way my mind thinks. I find working within a group of people an extremely valuable opportunity as you gain so much from another creative mind as well as encouraging thoughts of theirs. My design work has been showcased at the D&AD New Blood Festival and entered into the RSA Design Awards.
A food and drinks brand that specialise in the health industry. My role consists of assisting social media artwork, designing POS material, external brand advertisements such as London Underground posters and art direction to ensure the brand have a consistent look and feel.
Working with a range of clients from across the UK on event posters, film design, branding, fashion and music.