I specialize in graphic design, but have veered more towards moving image and interaction design over time. I have a keen interest in experimentation of materials, technology for form. I have recently graduated from, with honours, a degree in Graphic Design and am about to graduate with a Masters in Communication Design, both at Central Saint Martins. I am a quarter of Studio Hyte, a socio-cultural design studio built upon 5 years worth of collaboration experience, and a framework that is divided into 3 core aspects; design, education & community driven projects. With a passion for print, identity and creating interactive experiences, we are ambitious for ways in which emergent forms of interaction design can shape social and cultural causes.Locked Pro Plan feature
I freelance for a creative marketing agency specialising in print, web and branding material for fitness, corporate and hospitality brands. I also have produced several short promotional films for several clients through Hat Trick Marketing.
Hyte is a framework and a form of enquiry, built on 5 years worth of friendship and experience. We are ambitious for the discipline of design, and ambitious for the ways in which emergent forms of design practice can shape social and cultural realities. With a passion for film, print, identity and creating interactive experiences, our work often explores the emergence of the physical and digital. Working for clients who are committed to contributing to the causes close to our hearts, such as Camden Council, The Big Draw, The British Library, Give Blood, Reason To Give and Tod’s as well as a range of creative individuals.
Tasked with designing the layout and promotional material for issue four of Fiera. magazine as well as working on print and web material for MagCulture events.
I did an internship with The Chase, a creative consultancy based in Manchester. I worked closely with their award winning senior designers who guided me through my first work experience. I worked on print material for clients such as BSAF and The Royal Mail.