About

I create simple, thoughtful design.

I am a collaborative, multi-disciplinary designer — comfortable working across branding, digital, print, illustration and moving image. I have led workshops, organised lectures and curated exhibitions. 

Since graduating from the Royal College of Art I’ve gained 4 years of industry experience, both as a Lead Designer at Sparks Studio and as a freelancer, for clients as diverse as Warner Music, BBC Radio Wales, Royal College of Art, Octopus, and Mckinsey & Co. Since going freelance I’ve worked at The Partners, designing a website for a global law firm, and at Corke Wallis where I've collaborated with Wolf Olins for United Bank of Africa, developed campaigns for Brompton's new bike, and created a brand for a new renewable energy start-up.

My ambition is to create meaningful work that’s underpinned by thorough research, meticulous craft and clear ideas. I want to help people tell compelling stories and solve tough communication problems.

I'm currently available for freelance and full-time positions.

Please get in touch if you think I can help.

 

Experience
Freelance Designer, CorkeWallis, 2016–Current
Freelance Digital Designer, The Partners, 2016
Designer, Sparks Studio, 2012–2016

Clients & Collaborators
Brompton, Wolff Olins, Pure Planet, Warner Music, Octopus, Manifesto Films, McKinsey & Co, Thames Valley Housing Association, Rothschild, Pozzitive TV, BBC Radio Wales, Royal College of Art, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Blackberry, Blackdog Publishing, Computer Arts Magazine.

Education
MA(RCA) Visual Communication, Royal College of Art, London, 2010–2012
BA(Hons) Graphic Design, UWE, Bristol, 2007–2010

Workshops, Events & Exhibitions
GraphicsRCA: Fifty Years and Beyond, RCA, London, 2014
Red Tape, RCA, London, 2012
Show RCA, London, 2012
Work in Progress, RCA, London, 2011
The Incidental Bus Tour, London, 2011
Fail Better, RCA, London, 2011
The Art Club, Bristol, 2010
The AV Studio, Bath, 2010
Everything About One Thing, Bristol, 2009

Selected Publications
GraphicsRCA: Fifty Years and Beyond
Creative Review
It's Nice That
Live Now
Computer Arts