As a born and bred enthusiast of design, illustration, space, pizza, photography and the exploration of the world we live in, I draw my inspiration from these passions. Ranging from the countries I visit, cultures I encounter, people I meet, music I hear, sights I see and the new experiences that I pursue. As a creative I'm always aiming to better myself in ideas, skills and techniques; helping me to deliver above and beyond what is requested from myself. I strive to achieve the very best in everything I do and embracing this to produce great creative work, adding fuel to my motivation to work, grow and excel within the creative industry.
As a Junior Designer, I consistently produce high quality work across various client briefs; from E-Commerce environments, social media assets, email designs and publications amongst a variety of other projects including design assets and presentations for pitch work. As part of the team designing the new Bentley Collections website (not yet live), I crafted a variety of key pages across a full E-commerce environment following a mobile first philosophy. The designs captured the refined, high-end identity of Bentley, helping to tell the story behind the products whilst still being easy to navigate and use. Being the sole designer on two successive briefs for JP Morgan, this allowed me to craft fresh, intriguing and professional visual themes for each of their quarterly publications; leading to both projects being well received and establishing a strong relationship with the client. Leading the weekly development of Premier League's fixture post designs, they were used across their social media platforms; gaining approximately 60,000 engagements per week, across 9 regions. Following Premier League's rebrand, I designed the new format for their pre-season tour fixture posts responding to their new brand guidelines.
Brought into the team as the designer, I was tasked with the creation of the project’s branding and identity from the ground up. This covered the logo, colour palettes, marketing and collateral. A further responsibility was ensuring that the exhibition’s venues kept in line with The Mongolia Project’s brand guidelines, helping to keep the visual identity consistent.