This was for another award that we as an agency won. It was again restricted to being 20 seconds long to give a quick over view of the project. Edited using premiere pro and graphics with after effects.
Our advertising agency (other creative) won a clarion award, and I was asked to create a motion graphics video. to represent the project. It was strictly only allowed to be 20 seconds long, and was all created on after effects and premiere pro.
Logo I designed for possible 30 year anniversary
Initial poster idea for Bake for Freedom brief, a campaign encouraging people to bake for a week and raise money for Freedom from Torture - an organisation dedicated to treating and rehabilitating survivors of torture. I designed and created the layout of baking ingredients, photographed it and brought the image into indesign to design a poster for the campaign. It is still work in progress with content (such as contact details, bottom left) still to come. My first campaign poster project as junior art director.
Hello! I really love your work, especially your bacteria project! I'm planning on studying graphic design at uni and I was just wondering what your experiences have been like at Bristol UWE? (would you recommend it?)
Hello, it’s so lovely to hear you’re fond of my work! Bristol UWE has been a great experience for me personally, the university offers lots of facilities and technical resources to use. The staff are really friendly and are always happy to talk you through equipment or software - the guys who teach the adobe programmes are so useful! We also have great screen-printing facilities and Dave Fortune who runs it is really well known in the industry, so there’s a lot to learn from him! I would definitely recommend it, (it’s considered one of the best for the courses in the country). If you can have a visit and look around, I’m going to miss it!
‘Business as usual’ is a short publication designed collaboratively by Avi Bernet and myself, investigating the competition between two fast food shops on Gloucester road. The location of both shops lie within 20 meters of each other, and both have a very distinctive £5 pizza deal. After extensive research and countless attempts of interviews, there was clear hostility between the two businesses and where the originality of the deal initially came from. Even though the rivalry remains, the companies attempt to remain civilised for that sake of their close proximity. This publication is inspired by the design and aesthetics within the fast food industry.
'Loose Threads' is a zine consisted of collected people's individual OCDs to do with cleanliness. The notes from people range from matters to do with things they can't stand to do with hygiene, and may be considered OCD by others. Underneath each note is a fact about bacteria in the related topic, addressing whether or not these OCDs are irrational or not.
Three consecutive books in a box set acting as a summary for all my project outcomes. Explanation of all design concepts and aesthetic choices.
This is a designed anaglyph 3D publication, supporting the interactive bacteria project. The concept evolved around the idea of learning about the important function of bacteria in an interactive way, engaging with the pages, images and having an in-depth look at the formation and structure of bacteria. This goes in correlation with my 3D printed objects of bacteria, and three consecutive 3D posters.
Quick new project based around everyone’s individual OCDs
Workshop with Brave New Alps. Posters from all of our class after having to ask everyday people how much they earn. A very awkward situation initially but resulted in some really cool findings and poster designs.