Building on the companies ethos of
'We don't build ordinary' I created a
series of geometric illustrations based
on their recent project work.
Letterpress mailer design
Printed and set at the Letterpress Collective, Bristol.
Quote form Denys Watkins-Pitchford (aka 'BB'). Printed in light blue on imperial blue with custom pink envelopes.
Identity design for professional
photographer Mark Shaw
Technique — Poster design series
I was asked to create a layout and develop
a graphic look and feel for a series of short
workshops for learning electronics techniques
at the Royal College of Art.
The design had to be accessible, clear and be
simple to replicate so as a series of editions
could be reproduced. A key part to the brief
was to make students feel they were able to
approach the subject with ease.
Corporate Report design 2014–15
Recently at Home I was heavily involved
in the design, layout and production of a
big corporate report document. Always really
rewarding getting work back from press.
Printing by: St Ives Group
Photography: Peter Thorpe
Luxury lighting company identity design.
Completed whilst at Home.
Printing by: Kolor Skemes
On GF Smith colourplan ebony black
Inductance Talk series poster design
Inductance – a series of talks, discussions,
and hands-on workshops which will contextualise
and create discourse for current and near-future
technology. At the Royal College of Art.
It will demystify the jargon that makes technology
esoteric and will investigate the social and ethical
implications of technological landscapes.
Winter photography outside
Identity and pattern design for geometric
Part of a complete suite of icons I have
recently designed for an international
Interesting trip venturing round one of the
largest markets in North Africa.
I have been selected to feature my poster
design work at the upcoming Artcrank
exhibition in Bristol this September.
There will be a number of limited edition,
signed, silk-screen, bike-inspired posters
on show. Copies of my design will be
available for £35 each.
Open from 6pm on Friday, 19 September
Admission to the event is free.
THAT Clifton Popup
2 Clifton Down Road
Bristol BS2 4AD
Use and Abuse – Style in graphic design
52 Page perfect bound book design, printed
in two colour on 120gsm Mohawk recycled
off white and 350gsm Fedrigoni Splendorlux.
Typeset in Univers.
Identity for a design, management & build outfit
EJ Ryder. The London based company creates
and redesigns office interiors and undertakes creative
construction projects. I designed a monogram
from the initials 'E' and 'J' creating an 'R' within
the negative space between the letters.
The challenge was to convey their expertise
both inside and out of buildings.
3WhiteHats Seasons greetings card design
The cards concept took its que form the
companies strap line of 'Get found be happy'.
I used the white hats present in their identity
to convey how they help their clients get found
using white hat SEO techniques.
The Falmouth Oyster Fringe Festival
identity design and promotional materials
The Falmouth Oyster Fringe is a collective
of passionate individuals who have
joined together to celebrate the start
of the native Fal Oyster season, with
a range of events across Falmouth, at
the beginning of October.
Design in collaboration with illustrator
Jugovic – Recent works
Spread designs for a 160 page book.
Printed and spiral bound by Ripe Digital
on fedrigoni splendorgel.
I recently designed the promotional materials
and identity for The falmouth Oyster Fringe,
working closely with illustrator Tom Hubmann.
The festival will be happening from
Thursday 10th – till Saturday 12th of October.
Some typographic book cover inspiration,
for a project I am doing at the moment.
Part of the Offshore Rendering Corporation
Technopolis – An Island Resort
The Old Ambulance Depot
Open 12 – 5pm daily
Identity design and brand guidelines
for MUFU Make-Up.
I am now a designer at the award-winning
internal communications agency Home
Working with brands such as Unilever,
General Electric, Land Rover, Ernst
& Young, Marks & Spencer, BP, Royal
Mail, Coca Cola and Jaguar.