Designer based in north London with six years experience helping brands and communities. I love turning complex or tricky briefs into a meaningful, visualised solution. Brand identity/experience, print and digital interaction design. I work great collaboratively or independently and have a deep understanding of designing for digital and physical spaces. Recent projects with TapLDN, Greenpeace, Rimowa, Arts Council England and Centrepoint. Email me if you need help on a project, big or small — email@example.com.Locked Pro Plan feature
Seasonal campaign design for Rimowa, Hasbro Toys, Philips and Hilton Hotels. This involved OOH, TV, digital display ads, social media and print collateral.
Working closely with clients on branding, digital, print and environmental projects. Previous clients include Greenpeace, Harrods, Nike and The High Line NY.
Provided art direction and UX design for Sport Relief 2018 campaign. This included app design and social media artwork.
Created digital and print solutions. Provided design, wireframes and interactive prototypes. Clients included Carlsberg, Smiths Detection and Harrods.
My role as Creative Lead at online menswear brand The Idle Man involved managing our in-house design team, interns and freelancers to create a curated yet disruptive online presence. I love working with different people to to create design solutions. On a daily basis I'd work with different departments of the team including editorial, photography studio, development and management. Designing the brand aesthetic required an almost unhealthy eye for detail and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously. To differentiate the brand from the other menswear retailers out there, I strived to come up with creative projects that engaged and grew our audience. Our History of Sneakers project gained a lot of reach online and was featured by many sites including Hypebeast, GQ and even one of our competitors END clothing. Other strategic areas I was involved included email newsletter, print and launching our AW16 Channel 4 campaign.