I'm a graphic designer and creative, based in Newcastle, who specialises in illustration, branding and print materials. I'm particularly interested in working with individuals and small brands, to turn their visions into reality. I'm always on the lookout for new projects and would love the chance do more illustration work.
The Hong Kong Arts Club (HKAC) is an art show dedicated to highlight the police brutality and corrupt government in Hong Kong. I developed a bold and dynamic branding system that reflects the DIY nature of political protests against the government in Hong Kong. I created the tote bags by cutting out an illustration I made of Carrie Lam (Chief Executive of Hong Kong) and taping it to a screen. From there, I used ink and printed it onto the fabric.
A family-owned diner sourcing local produce. The client wanted a retro, playful design that focused on illustration. I hand stitched their logo into their work shirts to highlight and portray their love of creating food by hand.