Graphic designer from London. Making and doing things through researching, questioning and collaborating. Currently studying at Kingston School of Art.
Creative Conscience (10 Months) L&Co Design (1 Month) Unsaid Communications Long Live Southbank Campaign Heart of Darwen @ Manufactory
Graphic Design BA Hons Kingston School of Art 2017-present
Art & Design Foundation Kingston School of Art 2015-2016
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An ongoing project exploring human and robot collaboration. A series of drawings are produced between a five year old and an image recognition AI.
A child draws half of a particular object and using Google's Quickdraw dataset the machine attempts to finish off the drawing. Thus creating an outcome neither would have arrived at initially.
Random BPM Night
A night in which the BPM of the music randomly changed every 15 minutes. Posters & projected visuals.
Link to P5.js sketch. Typeface: Phenomeno by Ciaran Birch
W/ Simon Finn
An Archive of Tidemill Gardens
This collection of writings, drawings, photographs and prints serves as an archive for Tidemill Gardens and Reginald House. It aims to capture a sense fo what the garden meant to the community of Deptford whilst also highlighting the sheer injustice, contradictions and brutality and greed of the actions of Lewisham Council and developer Peabody.
Using photos taken in October 2018 alongside those in March 2019 after revisiting the site, it illustrates the ‘before’ and ‘after’ effect and a simple pointer towards the social cleansing that is happening across London. Designed in a manner that communicates across multiple formats as a publication, archival exhibit and suitable as a website, the medium attempts to ensure Tidemill Gardens is celebrated and not forgotten.
W/ Harry Balchin
Fractured Ego's and Wrists
Layout and book design displaying the final collection of fashion designer Orlanda James. Orlanda’s six final garments use the hoodie as a way to focus on themes of masculinity, surveillance and mental health.
The three books were designed, printed and hand bound, all contained within a tracing paper sleeve.
Creative direction and design – Orlanda James Photography – Jamie Waters Models – Orlanrewaju Balogun, Bob Fakhari & Jude Forster W/ Veronika Marxer
A series of proposed posters made for the lunchtime lecture series for BA Architecture.
Over the course of 12 weeks, 24 tutors selected their 10 most influential books to compile a bibliography. The posters were printed on the same piece of paper. Each week they were collected and fed back through the printer simply blocking over the name and adding the new entry to the bibliography each week.
W/ Francis McCullagh
Stamp Out Passport Profit
A British citizenship application costs a child £1,012. But only £372 of that fee is the administrative cost. In 2017, the UK government profited over £25 million pounds from the 40,357 child citizenship application. The government has been pricing children out of their rights to healthcare, social security, access to education and a passport.
Stamp Out Passport Profit aims to tackle this issue by raising awareness and put pressure on the government to lower the fee. Using the visual language of passport stamping, members of the public were encouraged to design their own posters using large stamps, the posters then folded down into a small passport guide containing more information on the issue and further instructions on how to act. As we collected more signatures, more stamps were added to the board.