GRAPHIC DESIGN

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PRINT

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BRANDING

CREATIVE PROJECTS

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ILLUSTRATION

MOTION DESIGN

BRANDING

T-shirts for change

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Working in collaboration with Be The Change Project, I have designed a collection of T-shirts and merchandise supporting humanitarian and environmental campaigns

The #NeverLoseHope Campaign is devoted to raising awareness and support for the mental health of refugees. Each t-shirt sold will provide a support session for a refugee in need, provided by Gulwali Passarlay - a global advocate for the refugee crisis and author of the inspiring book, The Lightless Sky. It's printed on demand in a renewable energy powered factory and made from organic, and recycled cotton so you'll be part of the pioneering circular fashion movement.

- Images featuring Otis Green and Ellen Fallow

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ZINES

TEKHTM

BRUIT

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LIMINALITY

Bruit is a project in association with The British Library of London, situated in Kings Cross. A group project featuring: Maya Marangi, Emily Tonkinson Sharp, Lisa McCormack, Mai Harris and Arun Rose.

We worked with the British Library to create a publication based upon the most unassessed, niche element of their collection, and distributed the book to a larger audience outside of the library.

The Environment Keeps Happening To Me. A 20 minute festival of accidental performance in Brixton Recreation centre in which we, as a group took inspiration from the architecture - choreographing an intervention. “You are here to spectate a speculative spectacle in which the spectator is the spectacle and the spectacle is a spectator.”

This was a group project worked on by myself, Frankie Storey, Jane Boehlert, Kaiya Waerea, Lauren Coutts, Martina Zheng, and Tatyana Eastap-Johnson, Caitlin McConnell, Fred Hoad.

ZAO: Liminality. The concept for this project was to experience and present the world through the perspective of a designed ZombieAlienOther. The new way of navigating existence, the ZAO isn’t seen – they follow the rules of liminality. L­iminality represents the in-between stage. This concept is very broad in the subjects it can be applied to from transitional stages of life and rites of passage to modes of transport and changing landscapes.