I'm a graphic designer and illustrator creating eclectic visuals for various brands, art organisations and social causes. I believe in using my work to make a positive change in the world and I work with people who do things differently. If this sounds like a good match, then let's grab a coffee.
Originally from London and soon to be in Melbourne, after four years in Berlin. I'm currently working and enjoying the surf from Rainbow Beach in Queensland, Australia.
I've developed creative communications for a range of design, branding and campaign projects. I'm working in a broad bunch of mediums, with eight years experience designing for organisations such as the V&A Museum, Studio Olafur Eliasson's Little Sun, UNHCR, BFI Institute & MoMA Design Store.
My work is always bright and joyful. I'm inspired by nature and movement – particularly dance. Organic shapes, bold colour palettes, hand and flower motifs play a big part in my drawings. I've had illustration commissions from the likes of the V&A Museum, Kosmos Magazine, Zalando and Little Sun.
I'm an independent freelancer, flying solo and collaborating with others, dependant on the individual project. I'm a founding member of The Boys Club – a collective of independent designers and illustrators. Running events – for the likes of Ladies, Wine & Design, notamuse and AIGA Eye on Design – building community and working alongside one another from their studio in Berlin and, soon, Melbourne.