I’m an artist with 5 years’ experience working across digital design, art installations & workshops in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand. As a visual artist, I use shape, colour and pattern to create vibrant identities for brands and spaces. My work is often celebrated for its connection to the community through organising creative events and workshops. I am using The Dots to connect with more people in the industry and find new creative opportunities.
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Projects credited in
- The Post Art Club Series 1: The Valentine PackThis was such a fun project to embark upon (albeit a lil’ time restricted). Me & a band of merry creatives have made a #ValentinesDay postcard set, featuring 7 designs. Campaign management & content creation handled by myself. Designs (top down): Daisy Stimpson Molly Massey Bex Williams Isobel Battersby Ellie Bassford Ellis Gadsby Jive Prints (Hollie Webb & Aimee Parker) Preorder system, 25% of the profits go to Mind.org, printed on recycled paper from Print.Works
- Auckland Artweek Risograph MuralAs part of Artweek Auckland Jive collaborated with Inky Palms artist Chippy on a playful paste-up paper street mural that celebrated reading, writing, drawing and the form of the book in all its guises, drawing inspiration from the City Library's Heritage collection. The 50-metre mural was made up of hundreds of A3 risograph prints and is situated outside the Central City Library.
- Garage Project and Proper Crisp's - Packaging DesignPackaging design for the recent Garage Project and Proper Crisp's collaboration - ‘Beer Crisps’ and ‘Crisp Beer’. The patterns were created by Jive using a mix of hand-printed potato prints and digital shapes. Garage Projects beer is a ‘crisp’ dry lager brewed using the finest Nelson grown hops, pilsner malt, and proper’s own potatoes in the mash. Proper Crisps 'beer inspired' crisps are made using a blend of spices, a touch of yeast and the finest Nelson grown hops. When the crisps are finishe7
- K Road Cycleway FencingIn collaboration with Monster Valley, Auckland Council and Auckland Transport this project involved designing creative hoardings alongside other K’Road artists to cover the construction of the new cycleway. The aim of the project was to preserve the streets unique character while creating an environment that supports the local community and meets the needs of the growing population.1
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- Adobe Creative Suite
- Google Apps
- Microsoft Office
- Project Co-ordination
- Community Projects
- Print Design
- Mural Art