Projects credited in
- Nike LionessLead design and art direction with Studio Moross to design 14 patches as a celebration of the England women’s national football team, better known as the Lionesses. The patches are now available at NikeTown London as heat transfers and embroidered patches so that they can be used to customise your own England jersey.
- AZEEMA x Nike Victory Swim Launch EventIn collaboration with Nike London, we curated and hosted the launch event for the Victory Swim collection, premiering our short film and photo series documenting 6 womxn and their relationship with sport. The evening included a special panel discussion with Khadijah Mellah, Ghaida Ramadan and Jaspreet Kaur, chaired by Nesrine Dally. We also had henna by Huq That, nail decals by Saadia Mebchour and nails by Jess Young, offering designs inspired by the collection.
- Channel 4's Random ActsIn 2016 Channel 4 relaunched its short film platform Random Acts, both online and with its own TV show presented by Eric Wareheim. I worked in a very small team headed by Pegah Farahmand to create a new identity and website, curate the digital platform, establish brand partnerships and create a social presence. We also set up a ‘First Acts’ category which enables young aspiring directors to access funding & mentorship to create their first short.
- Creativity Works: Visual Storytelling with Magnum Photos: The Fluid StateThe short film, Fluid State, focuses on Heather B from INC MGMT, an “inclusive agency with a focus on representing POC & LGBTQIA+ identifying people.” This is one part of a broader, long-term project examining understandings of fluidity within London’s LGBTQ+ community. Through interviews with various participants, FIlip is exploring the meaning of fluidity and sharing multiple perspectives on the queer community, whether within a literal/non literal sense or through creating a metaphor from it
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- Visual Arts
- Print Design
- Art Direction
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