- Dawn's EggOpen call platform for emerging DJs, it was designed as a democratising tool for the venue to give people more access to performing for the first time. The visual identity was aiming to look very functional, almost trade-like with phone number, email and other methods of connection. It took on some ravey styles from late 90s rave flyers, with the use of overprinting and scanning to create more distressed, tactile look on the images.
- Artwork - Let Go Of This AcidI designed the Let Get Of This Acid release for British bass music producer Arthur Smith. Along with Benga and Skream, Artwork is one of the first known dubstep producers and a member of Magnetic Man. The record came with two acid tab sheet inserts, Artwork wanted something very simple and bold, utilising his image as the key visual hook. The vinyl release sold out in the first few weeks of its release.
- Circular Arts NetworkCAN (Circular Arts Network) is a new online platform for redistributing spare, used or surplus materials, exchanging skills, labour and coordinating transport for the benefit of your local arts community. CAN reduces waste and offers a pathway for companies and organisations to support their local arts communities by providing a platform to list materials and resources. canarts.org.uk
Projects credited in
- Floating HeadOne of Sculpture Placement Group's main objectives is to extend the life of sculptures. Through active research we look at patterns in the arts, and pilot new models for sustainability. What was interesting for us was the way that public artworks are commissioned and managed. This interest led us to work with Floating Head, a sculpture by Richard Groom. Alongside the artist's estate, we have worked with different stakeholders to find ways to get the sculpture out of storage and back floating a
Communications CoordinatorSculpture Placement Group
Glasgow, United KingdomPart Time
SPG create innovative economic models to support artists and promote sustainability within the arts via active research. We create projects that intervene at different points of the artwork life cycle, from their creation to finding new homes for existing sculptures languishing in storage. I communicate the themes of the projects through different media and allow for a responsive story-telling approach that compliments the different registers of communication.
Programming & CommunicationsGlasgow School of Art
- Glasgow, United KingdomFull Time
I led the programme and communications at The Art School, a cultural site based at the Glasgow School of Art. The site offered support for a wide range of artistic and musical practises, hosting gigs, clubs, films, performances, workshops, exhibitions and educational events. The programme met different registers, co-producing sold out shows with international artists, and developing more innovative approaches, seeking opportunities to explore how different art forms could intersect at the venue. I managed the communications of the organisation. As well as creating content for the website, delivering marketing campaigns, creating the visual language in digital and printed mediums, and directing this creative work from a network of artists and makers. A key part of this was community building, coordinating with groups of artists, organisers and stakeholders to help them realise their aims.