This was my submission for the creative writing anthology by students at RMIT University. Containing different short stories and poems by different authors there are so many different themes, but the title of the anthology, Little Spines, strings them all together. With many juxtapositions between the themes, such as fragility and strength, I chose to show this contrast through multiple illustrations. Each illustration portrays a theme from a piece of writing. This submission was one of 15 that were shortlisted.
As part of Translation Studio, a design collective in Edinburgh, I produced the identity and website for a charity polo tournament, Charity Chukkas. The event was in support of the Lake Victoria Disability Centre in Tanzania so the identity reflects the background of the charity. I helped design and create the logo, original font and website, which I also coded myself from scratch.
It's Tea Time
This coffee table book is the tea bible. From tea grades to how to throw the best tea party, it covers everything. Giving an instructional step-by-step guide to becoming a tea connoisseur all in a cute little publication filled with tea related line drawings.
This mailout, along with one of my business cards, was designed to be sent out to design studios and possible employers. It works as an introduction, a sneak peek at my work and an advertisement for my online portfolio. It does not give the recipient many details as it only contains my email address and website URL. This should create intrigue, pushing them to get in contact or take a look at my work further. The imagery used relays that I put myself wholly into the designs I create and am not afraid to stand out from the crowd. I will do anything to create amazing work.
Featuring only Australian products, companies, artists and musicians, Rated Magazine brings reviews and ratings of well-known, but also up and coming popular culture. From Album of the Issue to Best Beauty Buys Rated caters to anyone interested in trying new things or hearing other peoples opinions on their favourite items. It strives to be a magazine that will not be thrown out at the end of every month.
Nook & Cranny
This publication features 11 of the best design studios in Melbourne giving other creatives a close up insight into the culture, atmosphere and background of these companies. Interviews with the creatve directors give a personal and accessible feel to the book. Mixed with images of their creative spaces and pieces from their folio Nook & Cranny shows off each studio and their particular personalities and processes.
More images for Nook & Cranny are coming soon, we are currently just finalising with the studios on content!