Projects credited in
- IAM x UAL Futures Studio: How to Invent What Happens NextHow does one start such an ambitious task as building utopias or defining a 2030 planetary goals agenda? In 2017-2018 we had the opportunity to worked together in this epic challenges with our learning partners at the University of Arts London (UAL) co-creating a cross-disciplinary series of programmes which brought together UAL students and staff, learning partners as BBC, It's Nice That, Ideo, Protein and the IAM community to prototype post-technological futures led by young people.9
Book IllustratorPegasus Elliot Mackenzie Publishers
London, United KingdomFreelance
Eddie's World by Stevie-Jo Foster was my second illustration job which was processed through Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Publishers. I became more confident with Adobe Illustrator, making this the first project that I experimented and challenged myself.
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- UI Design
- Campaign Advertising
- Digital Illustration
- Editoral Design
- Logo Design
- Adobe Creative Suite
Bachelor of Arts (BA) University of The Arts London (UAL)
- London, United Kingdom
Over the three years on UAL's graphic and media course, I had the opportunity to challenge myself and try various areas of design. The facilities allowed me to learn techniques such as printmaking to utilising its darkroom, as well as signing up to workshops to gain skills in programmes such as adobe dream weaver and adobe premiere pro. I have also had the opportunity to take part on a year long workshop with 'Futures Studio' that ended with us showcasing our work on IAM Weekend 2018 in Barcelona. Along side the creative side of the course, undertaking contextual & theoretical studies (CTS) have taught me the histories, theories and debates around the subject of design and visual communication. I enjoyed this part of the course greatly as it touched on sociology and history, subjects I have always been fond on. It has impacted how research and develop my work focusing on intent and communication while also being visually captivating to the viewers eyes.