– Currently available for small freelance projects only until December 2023 – Hello! I'm a South London-based graphic designer with a background in museums and exhibition design! After a break from the arts sector, I was eager to explore my creativity in other ways through graphic design. Since starting the course at Shillington College, I discovered a passion for playful illustration and typography. Some of my influences include Japanese kawaii culture, Wes Anderson and 90s cartoons! Please have a flick through my work and get in touch if you'd like to work together!
- PolyphonicBrief: Design a responsive microsite for both desktop and mobile, detailing Polyphonic's 2020 Annual Report. Concept: Indie music continues to grow in popularity, with listeners searching for more access to underground bands on music streaming platforms. This annual report for Polyphonic takes the user through a year in indie music. The look and feel embraces the 1990s “golden age” of indie and rave culture, appealing to misfits and trailblazers who are passionate about music. Client: Shillin
- The Lonely Plants ClubBrief: Create a campaign with roll-out to advertise a collaboration between Patch Plants and RBG, Kew. Concept: Loneliness is known to affect approximately 25% of adults in England at some point in their lives – that’s 25 million people. This campaign for Patch Plants aims to promote the mental health benefits of plant ownership. It will culminate in an event that aims to bring plant lovers together to talk about their health and all things horticultural. Client: Shillington Student Brief
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Creative DesignerNational Literacy Trust
London, United KingdomPart Time
Working as a graphic designer and illustrator for the National Literacy Trust, helping to launch the charity's new brand identity that went live in September 2023. Work currently included in Good Housekeeping magazine, and also distributed by the charity's national hubs and online presence.
Curatorial AssistantTHE FAN MUSEUM
- London, United KingdomFull Time
I worked alongside the museum's Director and Curator to produce a rotating schedule of temporary exhibitions exploring the history of fans and fan-making. I was involved with initial research for a collaborative project between the Museum and various street artists. This later culminated in an exciting and exclusive exhibition of original art named 'Street Fans'. Other duties included accessioning museum objects, front of House duties, research of the collection, couriering loans and a complete overhaul of the museum's permanent display.
- Exhibit Design
- Public Speaking