I'm a freelance graphic designer who has worked both in-house for charities and in agencies, who loves to create work that is bold, bright and meaningful. I design brands, campaigns and content that has impact for non-profits and independent organisations. If you'd like to work together or discuss a project, you can get in touch with me at email@example.com
- Oxfam Volunteer CampaignA new volunteering recruitment campaign for Oxfam, who are looking for members of the community to join their shop teams. The creative focuses on your local Oxfam shop as a happy and welcoming place, at the heart of the community. A home from home where you’ll meet like-minded people and make a real difference, both for your community and for people around the world.
- It Still Matters Campaign for Ministry of JusticeTW: Sexual Violence The Ministry of Justice asked our team to develop a social media campaign encouraging survivors of sexual abuse to reach out for support. On average, it takes someone 24 years to seek support. Reaching out means facing up to the complex pain and trauma of the abuse, leading many survivors to keep it inside for months, years or even decades. It was important for the creative to acknowledge this. The creative concept sends an important message to survivors: no matter when th
- Ministry of Justice Victim Support GuidesTW: Sexual Violence These guides were designed as part of a campaign launched by the Ministry of Justice in early 2021, to provide support for victims of sexual violence. The colours were chosen to reflect eras such as the 1970’s, to fit in with the rest of the creative. The design was kept intentionally simple and used text only, to avoid using imagery that could be triggering or minimise the subject.
- Oxfam International Women's DayOxfam’s campaigns team needed a visual identity and assets for their International Women’s Day campaign in 2017. The inspiration for the design came from the women’s marches that had been taking place worldwide in early 2017. The copy and the graphics were designed to reflect the hand-made banners and placards taken to the protests. The visual identity included a hand painted version of Oxfam’s primary typeface, which was then built into a usable font. There was also a doctored version of the
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- 2D Design
- 360 Branding
- 360 Campaigns
- Print Design
- Print Production
- Photo Editing