I am a designer with experience working freelance, on team projects and individually, on a range of design jobs since I graduated in 2017. I have a 2:1 in Art and Design from Leeds University where I specialised in Photography and Print-Making. After completion of my degree, I extended my technical design skills with the Certificate IV Course at The Graphic Design School, developing my expertise in illustration, typography, logo design, graphic illustration, layout design and package design. This not only demonstrates my passion for my craft but also my ability to perform at high standards. I have recently graduated from Shillington College where I did an intensive 3-month Graphic Design course which was the equivalent to a degree. I am proficient at Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. I also have an excellent knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. I am inventive, conscientious and reliable and have a range of testimonials and references available on request.Locked Pro Plan feature
Designed the graphics for the questions on Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family, a prime-time ITV quiz show. I worked single-handedly on this project creating graphics for over 200 questions.
Assisted with both the Marketing Team and the Senior Graphic Designer in any tasks they needed help with.
Worked as a Production Secretary on a pilot. Completed a series of administrative and design tasks.
Commissioned by the British Comedy Guide to design a book cover for 'Lottery Mania' after developing a relationship with the team.
Designed a poster promoting his new comedy show 'An Irishman's Psychedelic Adventure'.
Created the logo for 'The Comedians' Choice Awards' - their prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival award for 2018.
Became the Club's go-to designer after designing their flyers, posters, free drink vouchers and rule cards for their comedy nights as well as their show at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Designed the logo and sponsorship pack for the show 'Hustle Divas' - an online entertainment show.
Designed the company's current logo for their popular Instagram page with over 30k followers
I work front of house for Soho House at Electric House in Notting Hill. I get to engage with a variety of different people from different create worlds. Soho House brings together people from an array of different create jobs from around the world. From being front of house, I have to be personable and approachable.
The Farm Group is one of the country’s leading Television Post-Production companies. My role included looking after clients and making sure their time at the Farm Group was an enjoyable and productive one. I had to perform tasks quickly and efficiently and often think on my feet. I have been invited back to rejoin the company by the Company’s senior management.
After doing work experience in June 2011, I was offered a paid job as a runner at this Television Production Company. The work experience involved general office tasks as well as more entertaining jobs like working backstage helping organize and chaperone important guests and audience members. This job required initiative and efficiency. The company was happy for me to return again after my work in the summer.
During work experience at this company I helped on the sets of television programmes such as ‘The Cube’ making and setting up the props needed for the show. My role involved a range of jobs included creating some of the props and objects that the company supplied to its clients. I received excellent feedback at the end of the work placement and have been invited back.
Completed a 12-module tutor guided online design course that included in-depth study of graphic design history, design theory, colour theory, illustration, typography, logo development, graphic illustration, layout design, photography and package design. Gained software proficiency by completing projects in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop.
I studied Graphic Design at this 3-month intensive course which is the equivalent to a degree. I worked on a variety of different projects across print and digital.
At Leeds University I learnt a variety of different fields of both Art and Design. The majority of my work at University was focused around the medium of photography. I also enrolled in different modules to widen my scope in the Design world. I took a module called 'Brand Communications' which helped me to learn about the positives and negatives of branding and advertising for different products. I also took a Graphic Design module to learn both the theoretical and practical skills including the software Illustrator.
A Levels - Art, Art History, Geography, Spanish 10 GCSEs - A*-B
I was awarded Full Colours from my University for going above and beyond for my team (Leeds University Womens 1sts Football Team). This was also awarded to me for playing for the 1sts and a high standard for over 3 consecutive years.