I'm a Graphic Designer and Illustrator from London. I graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA in photographic arts and went on to pursue graphic design at Shillington college. I'm passionate about all areas of design and believe the thought process behind an idea is key for a successful outcome. I have experience across a range of projects from branding, illustration and print layouts to infographics, web layouts and packaging. I am available for remote work - please get in touch if you'd like to work with me.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working with a range of clients including the London School of Economics, my role varies to utilise my skills. I have worked on a range of projects such as branding and identity, logo creation, corporate reports, brochures and promotional collateral.
As part of this fast-growing design agency, my role required me to work on a variety of print and digital projects from infographics, event space design and branding, to company newsletters and presentations. During my first year, I spent half the week working in-house for a client and the other half working within the agency, drawing upon my versatility. Working closely with the lead designer, I worked to tight deadlines and saw projects through independently and as part of the team from brainstorming concepts to successful delivery.
As a design intern at Big Fish — a brand, design and marketing agency — I was able to experience a design studio environment. My role required me to assist the design team and included photo montage, 3D mock-up creation, layout for an in-house publication, image research, artworking and preparing files ready for print.
In this client facing role, I undertook a variety of administrative tasks within a small team. I assisted and contacted clients, liaised with couriers to meet tight deadlines, organised the studio and created invoices.
Employed within the Photography Department of Merlin Entertainments my role included editing images, formatting images ready for print, filing and archiving photographs as well as general assisting where needed.
At this full-time short course, I worked in a creative, professional studio environment and received a range of briefs. My brief deadlines were set to realistic industry timings, ranging anywhere from 2 hours to 4 days. Day to day consisted of generating unique ideas based on relevant research and applying the skills I had learnt, making me industry ready.
Part time evening course