As a designer I’d describe myself as someone who aims to create friendly and approachable design that tells a story. With a curious imagination and a strong drive, I am always striving to learn more.
I don’t know what life after university will hold, but what I do know is that; I will always work with a load of pens, I will be forever attached to my scanner and I will never be far from a packet of biscuits.
A Book About Nothing - An interactive book allowing people to explore the concept of what ‘nothing’ is in an interactive and creative way.
One of the ‘The 10 Commandments of Modern Manners when Dining’ typographic pieces. These are used to spread the message of modern manners.
The Story Exchange is a response to a smell, playing on the idea of the sense of the unknown and the idea of wanting to discover identity and stories behind things. The Story Exchange re-creates how people experience buying and also handing over second-hand books by giving it a new dimension.
A winning print in the Manchester and Salford Illustrated competition, showing everyday Manchester and Salford. My interpretation was the opportunity.
A project inspired by a month spent living in London in the summer. Recording and displaying data I collected as a commuter and as an intern at Realise Creative.