My practice ranges from hand-drawn illustration and graphic design to animation. I prefer hand-made work as I think it holds the promise of uniqueness and communicates more meaning. My method is both abstract and commercial, my style is versatile and textured. As one of my role models, Agnes Denes, said: “Art is a reflection on life and an analysis of its structure. As such, art should be a great moving force shaping the future.” I believe that art and design can challenge convention, inspire action, ignite movement, build communities and heal us.
- Drip the Drop-Wateraid CampaignThis animation (W.I.P.) represents a starting point for a campaign for the WaterAid Camping "Thirsty World". "Drop", the main character is the personification of our water mass consumption, when comparing to the Third World countries. The aim of the claymation is to make people more aware of this serious problem and act upon it by being more conscious about their water usage and hopefully to donate for the cause.
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Projects credited in
- Team London Bridge x London College of CommunicationStudents on our Diploma in Professional Studies (DPS) course have partnered with Team London Bridge as part of their Rewilding Project. Working with 400 local organisations Team London Bridge is a Business Improvement District that supports innovative sustainability initiatives.2
- Like Real LifeHow often are you on your phone? Scrolling through Instagram, Tapping through Snapchat stories, hours spent on Youtube? This project focused on bringing one back to the reality of real life, even if that means for a short amount oftime. It was a group project in which we all startedby tracking our own screen usage. We then came up with a speculative solution for the problem, to introduce a device (The Dot) that while at a restaurant all signals are cut meaning that you are able to enjoy the mom
- 1 Week to go - Graduate Futures Week (15-18 April 2019)There's now just one week to go until Graduate Futures Week - UAL's week of industry led talks, workshops, one-to-one advice and networking opportunities. This year’s programme will take place across UAL Colleges from 15-18 April 2019 and there are 46 events; all designed to help you to prepare for employment and self-employment. Event highlights include: - Do What You Want: Make Your Job, Don’t Take a Job! - Lumen: The Power of a Collective - Future-proof: Preparing for the Future for Wor2
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- 3D Illustration
- Hand Printmaking
- Creative Workshops
- Museum Education
- Positive Attitude