This poster I made as a fold out piece. It was part of a 'manifesto' brief where we had to show our manifesto in a creative way. I incorporated a poem within the letter "U" to highlight that beauty is about simply "being YOU"!
With a passion for fashion and mental health I aimed to create a brand that both highlights and celebrates ones mental health and shows the beauty that can come through art created at times of pain, sorrow or grief. Through this project I created the story, designs and branding.
Album cover for Pasemaker - I created the art piece on their cover.
This project was looking at the "lad culture" present at Universities and how often young men feel they need to live up to a disrespectful norm in order to gain respect from their peers. The "Courage Campaign" I created in order to encourage guys to be 'men' and to stand up to what they know is wrong, particularly through their words/banter. It takes courage to 'encourage' and strength to build others up.
I have created the name, logo, lion print, t-shirts and a set of posters to make men think about their actions and to empower them to use their strength wisely and to be the men they are created to be.
This project was a social change brief, about "Design for Change". I decided to focus my project on the story of a man named, Fagan, who was an ex-prisoner in Cape Town and who had seen his life radically change while in prison. A woman named Lisa Marqua, who runs the charity Restore, goes into prisons to run restorative justice workshops. Fagan found the source of true hope and redemption through her workshops and gave his life to Jesus. As a result is now living very differently out of prison.
I was able to capture this story through a short documentary while I was there.
BARE Music Cover - A duo of female music artists. I was asked to photograph the picture for their album cover.
The topic of ‘Sea Safety’ has been in the news headlines for much of this summer, with deaths occurring all around the UK’s coastline due to lack of basic awareness and respect for the force of the seas that surround us. Figures show that the number of lives lost annually remains fairly constant – around 160 people drown in British waters every year, with the RNLI estimating that another 400 lives are saved in ‘near-fatal’ incidents. Around 80% of incidents involve men, the majority of those occurring within the 18-35 age range. There have been numerous attempts by various organisations to raise awareness of the dangers of open water, yet without any noticeable impact on reducing the number of fatalities experienced each year.
With over 5,000 miles of coastline, and the fact that here in the UK we are never more than a 70 mile journey from the sea, it is hugely important that we find new and innovative methods of raising awareness and preventing so many unneccessary deaths every year.
We want you to discover, develop and deliver ideas which will communicate strongly and will result in change. You should research around the subject matter and rigorously investigate all the avenues you discover. This research should influence the strategic direction which you establish for the project, and the overall look and feel of the design outcomes. Your final solutions may be provocative, compelling, or gently persuasive.
Your research can lead you to a wide variety of creative outcomes, it is your own responsibility to experiment, assess, present and evaluate as the weeks progress. You should end up with a strong and clear platform from which you can build a final presentation of content to engage and inspire.
Consider why it is that life-saving information is not resonating with the demographic most at risk of drowning – young men. What innovative and targeted approaches could you find to engage them?
You must consider elements such as brand values, tone of voice, information systems and a clear reason for your audience to engage with your brand story. You may create a timely and well-targeted awareness campaign that utilises multiple media channels in order to communicate its message.
General public, tourists, males aged 18-35
- Create a new sub-brand on behalf of the RNLI- Develop the naming strategy for the new brand- Use traditional or virtual technology to communicate information in the most appropriate way- Encourage awareness and change existing behaviour- We want to inform, educate and save lives