Every year, Wickersley School does a pantomime. This year will be Snow White. I was asked to create a poster for 2019’s theatre brochure, that incorporated a mirror and an apple. Following this, I was asked to create images for social media, a programme cover and hoodie imagery.
Turn Street Kitchen in Oxford were looking for a new menu design following their refurbishment. They wanted something simple and classic whilst incorporating their brand colours.
The task was create recipe sheets using small square photographs and recipes of varying lengths for parents and their children over the summer holidays.
I created a brand new template as this was something new and was due to be marketed across social media. The design development team were so impressed that replaced the original adult recipe sheet template at Twinkl.
I worked with an illustrator and an editor to bring the story writer’s vision to life. This is a story about a caterpillar who’s scared to become a butterfly.
I was tasked with typesetting and setting the book up for print. I also created the eBook version which includes the exe and apple compatibilities.
I also worked with a writer to translate this book into Scottish Gaelic for the Scottish market.
Never Not Magazine explores on the coming together of two items, either; exactly the same or completely different.
The format is a 4 page spread as it symbolises the coming together of 2 different things - in this case, two books. This particular issue is about those tiny day to day conflicts. The spreads shown look at conflicts in clothing, for example people's different perspectives of what looks good which explores the phrase 'You look awfully nice!'
I did the photography for Great British Weather, Similar Contrasting Clothes and Food spreads using my Canon 100D camera.
Lincolnshire One Venues is team across multiple venues in Lincolnshire who bring creative activities to young people.
I worked with them to create brands for their youth groups and make promotional material for these groups and any events these groups hosted! Here are a small few of what I've created!
A new handcrafted bowtie company wanted a traditional and simple design which attracted both traditional and modern (yet quirky) types of people. The box design is something which can be easily handmade by the company.
A play on the phrase ‘beating heart’, Beading Hearts, an American company, were looking for a brand new logo. This would be mainly used on social media and packaging when delivering jewellery to their customers.
I chose something simple yet sophisticated showing beads in a heart shape with a slight 3D effect.
So many pubs and clubs have different systems when it comes to teaching their new staff how to do things, approaching paperwork and signing in but it usually uses a lot of paper and things tend to get lost or ruined. This app aims to solve all these problems!
This working progress project is simple but with many easily set out functions that you can use on your phone or tablet. I’m hoping to take this further so it can be an app on the manager’s/owner’s computer too!
The name relates to ‘being responsible’ when it comes to consuming alcohol.
The Pride in Sheffield committee already had a logo but required a visual identity to go with the logo that could be used across social media and print.
I created posters and flyers, social media templates, web advertising banners and an event brochure template for them to use.
The templates were made in Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Word depending on who had what software.
I also created posters and templates for any caucuses and additional events that they planned to host. As these were themed, they wanted a totally different visual style for each but with their logo on the side.
This is from my time at Legard Jepson, Sheffield. The project was for Birmingham Museum for their modern art gallery, the Waterhall. Their other venues and the overall brand followed the same circular shape so I had to follow the same brand guidlines for this venue. However because this is modern art, it needed to stand out despite following the same branding. This uses spontaneous brush strokes to signify creativity.
The film Chronicle was shot from a personal camera perspective. It was something quite different from the usual superhero films around at that time. This inspired me to create a piece of film art that was different from the rest.
The many layers to the film lead me to use a textiles technique that uses many layers of fabric that are cut out to create the result shown to the right. I then explored it further!