- A Collection of emotional fossilsI based my Final Major Project on ‘The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows’. This is a compendium of invented words written by John Koenig. Each original definition aims to fill a whole in the English language to give a name to emotions we all might experience but don’t have a word for yet. I read a quote by Koenig in which he referred to the words as ‘Emotional Fossils’, I chose to use this as the basis of my project as I think it reflects the beauty and delicacy of the words and their descriptions.
Projects credited in
- WonderblyWonderbly is a children's publishing tech startup, making millions of bedtimes more magical with their personalised storybooks. I help develop seasonal campaign ideas (like the one below for World Book Day) and create product copy across the purchasing journey to engage new and returning customers. I also produce copy designed to encourage interaction across social media platforms (love those Instamoms!) and editorial content for Wonderbly's parenting blog.
- Music and foley for Wonderbly blogIn 2016/17 I scored a bunch of Wonderbly (formerly Lost My Name) blog videos. Silly little gifs, educational videos and recipes were seen by hundreds of thousands of parents and children. We tried to make music and foley that was witty but saccharin enough to appeal to children of all ages; and their parents. We had a big team producing videos, including Stephanie Johnston (direction/animation), Anna Brooks (direction), Joe Melhuish (animation), Olly Wright (production), Andy Whitlock (creative
London, United KingdomFull Time
At Wonderbly I’ve been working on a variety of publications and marketing materials, as well as social media and other digital graphics, all of which service to communicate Wonderbly’s vision and mission to it’s audiences and the wider public. Worked alongside copywriters to produce high-quality pieces of work. Helped to roll-out assets for the rebrand. Artworked assets for international book launches. Supported the rest of the creative team in image sourcing, icon creation, and general design tasks.
Design InternLost My Name
- London, United KingdomInternship
I was hired at Lost My Name originally to transfer blog content from an old platform to word press. I was quickly promoted to join the creative team and supported the designers in general design tasks. Created content for social media. Artworked international images. Assisted with art direction for photo shoots.
- Visual Arts
- Print Design
- Art Direction