I love dogs. I love illustration. Put them together and what do you get? Created two double-page-spread illustrations for the second issue of DOG MAG; an independently published lifestyle magazine.
I started work as a designer at Wolff Olins straight after graduating Kingston University in 2016. While there I filled multiple roles such as graphic designer, animator and sound designer. I worked with companies and organisations including Google, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, Galleries Lafayette and more.
Between second and third year at university, I did an internship with Butch Auntie, a projection mapping company in North-East London. This required me to create animations in Blender and Adobe After Effects for various evants, two of which include an internal celebration event at Facebook and a large-scale projection mapping in the main hall of the Natural History Museum.
While at university, I helped run a fundraising campaign with Amensty International. This involved fundraising in person, developing the campaign, building props, filming and editing.
A short exchange term at Pratt Institute, New York. This was originally intended to count towards my second year at Kingston University, but not wanting to miss out on half a year at Kingston, I decided to defer my second-year studies to 2014 after completing my term at Pratt.