Graduated with a first class in ‘Graphic Communication’ at University of the Creative Arts, within study I’ve navigated between editorial, branding, digital and motion design and have developed a style influenced by artists & architects. In particular, the Bauhaus movement has motivated me to engage with geometry within my projects and as a result, I’ve matured a contemporary and industrial style within design, bringing striking elements and imagery.
A 6-week freelance/intern position at a start-up company called AMKEU – Innovators in CBD Brands and product, working on their first launch called eatnooro.com – the UK’ First Mind Fuel Snack Bar. Responsibilities: - Branding: - - Packaging Design - Website Design - Social Media - Event Garments (Apparel) - Investor Decks - Business Cards - Taster Cards (Sample Packs) Published works were distributed within the UK, USA and Canada. Design assets were featured on launch packaging of Nooro CBD Snack Bar. Production Outputs: - - Sample Packs – Disturbing products with brands assets (Logo stickers) - Business Cards – For enterprise and marketing events. Marketing Outputs: - - Experiential Collateral – Research - Content creation for brand exposure – Social Media engagement
Through being an ambassador I have been given many opportunities to experience working with secondary school kids through teaching. Here is a list of the roles I carried out during the scheme: - Supporting teachers to plan learning activities - Conducting group seminars learning Art and Design - Carrying out administrative tasks and supervising group activities. Awards: Awarded by the National Art & Design Saturday Club in recognition of my involvement with the Saturday Club at UCA.
University for the Creative Arts is publicly stated by ‘The Times’ as Modern University of the year and is the No1 specialist arts school in the UK. Studying Graphic Communication (BA Hons) at this institution I was able to recognise this first hand. The course structures students to learn the technical and conceptual skills that will give you a solid platform for you to engage various disciplines within Graphic Design. Later throughout the course, you begin to use the primitive teachings for your own way of working, including areas such as motion design/graphics, art direction, editorial design and branding. You’re then encouraged to develop your skill set within a specialism of your chosen, this is carried out within your Final Major Project (FMP). The FMP will consider you to thrive on a greater level of independence as you self-manage your research, study and practice.