One hundred years ago today is the day recognised as the beginning of the First World War, and I’m packing my bags for a short trip to Flanders Fields in Belgium. 
From 1914-1918 the homes and fields of Flanders were turned into a battlefield, and a million soldiers were wounded or killed. There is no other region that tells the story of the war in such depth. This will be an incredible opportunity to gain inspiration for the Remembrance campaign - there are hundreds of monuments of great historical significance, and museums which explain different aspects of the conflict in an interactive way.
Click here to support the Remembrance campaign through Kickstarter

One hundred years ago today is the day recognised as the beginning of the First World War, and I’m packing my bags for a short trip to Flanders Fields in Belgium. 

From 1914-1918 the homes and fields of Flanders were turned into a battlefield, and a million soldiers were wounded or killed. There is no other region that tells the story of the war in such depth. This will be an incredible opportunity to gain inspiration for the Remembrance campaign - there are hundreds of monuments of great historical significance, and museums which explain different aspects of the conflict in an interactive way.

Click here to support the Remembrance campaign through Kickstarter

Remembrance Short Film

After weeks of writing, designing, storyboarding, and editing, the short film outlining my plan for the Remembrance campaign is finally finished. I am currently raising money through Kickstarter to fund the campaign, so please follow this link to make a donation if you believe in the cause.

The film was shot by very talented friend Max Smith, and the beautiful backing music was created by Darren Harper

Remembrance Memorabilia

Last week I launched a crowdfunding page to raise money for Remembrance, a web campaign that aims to connect younger audiences with events of the First World War. I have produced a range of visual memorabilia to serve as reminders of the Centenary for all those supporting this project. 

Please check out the Kickstarter page to pledge for any of the above memorabilia, and contribute to the cause.

Pelican books x super superficial

Earlier this year Pelican Books revealed their new identity for its relaunched classic, non-fiction series. They approached Super Superficial to create an accompanying t-shirt series to be launched with the books. 

Matthew Young (art director of Penguin Book covers) and Louise Z Pomeroy (in-house designer at Super Superficial) contributed to the collaboration, and I am proud to say I was chosen to create Pelican-inspired design alongside London-based artist Ryan Todd. 

They were screen printed last week and are now on display in the Super Superficial shop window in Covent Garden. You can purchase the t-shirt’s online through their website here.

Penguin Books recently revealed the new identity for its relaunched Pelican imprint, home of many non-fiction classics. The logo is a continuation of the bird in flight designed by Edward Young and used on the series’ covers when first launched in the late 1930s. Creative Review covered the rebrand in detail here.
The first volumes are coming out in May, alongside an exciting collaborative illustration project I have been involved in. More posts on this to follow shortly!

Penguin Books recently revealed the new identity for its relaunched Pelican imprint, home of many non-fiction classics. The logo is a continuation of the bird in flight designed by Edward Young and used on the series’ covers when first launched in the late 1930s. Creative Review covered the rebrand in detail here.

The first volumes are coming out in May, alongside an exciting collaborative illustration project I have been involved in. More posts on this to follow shortly!

Skiing Gastein: From Frost to Froth

I’ve finally finished a short film of a trip I recently took to Gastein in Austria, shot on a GoPro and Canon 60D. Enjoy!

The Creperie: Brand and Interior Design

For the past year and a half myself and Michael Hillman have been working on the full brand and interior design of The Creperie on Brighton seafront. It’s been a huge amount of work for the two of us and there have been a lot of sleepless nights, but it has come together even better than we envisioned it!

We have a huge case study for this project which we need to get together at some point, but for now check out this selection of pictures from the interior photo shoot with the amazing Simon Eldon.

There And Back Again

I recently returned from a 6 week trip that I did with a couple of mates along the west coast of Europe in a converted van. Here’s the final edit of a short film I put together from the GoPro footage that we shot along the way. 

The Escape Committee Website

The Escape Committee is a Brighton based design agency who specialise in creating high level experiences through the web and film. Over the years they have worked with some of the worlds leading music organisations such as ABRSM and IMG Artists. 

I recently worked in collaboration with them to design their new website, which showcases selected client projects and their ongoing creative activities. Playing a lead role in such a big project was an exciting yet unnerving experience! We are now working together to develop a fresh identity for the agency, which builds upon some of the concepts and visual language which I created for the site.

Check out the feature the website got on The Best Designs

Homeless Charity Iconography
A selection of pictograms that I designed for a web campaign for a local charity that supports young homeless people. Half illustrate some of the problems surrounding homelessness, and the other half represent the services offered by the charity to help the young people get their lives back on track. 
More coming on this project very soon so keep an eye out!

Homeless Charity Iconography

A selection of pictograms that I designed for a web campaign for a local charity that supports young homeless people. Half illustrate some of the problems surrounding homelessness, and the other half represent the services offered by the charity to help the young people get their lives back on track. 

More coming on this project very soon so keep an eye out!