‘Found‘ Charity Shop – brand identity, shop design and marketing
I created signage, posters, social media assets, event graphics, business cards and illustrations.
Groundwork – Families Events Campaign
I created a suite of character idents and sub-logos for Groundwork centres and created publicity posters and uniform branding.
St. John’s Locks Heath Church – Rebrand
I have updated the St. John’s Locks Heath branding and created assets such as the Church sign to the left as well as social media graphics, website elements, posters, flyers and presentation slides.
Christ Church Roxeth, Harrow – Christmas Publicity
I created a visual for a ‘Joy’ themed Christmas campaign using a collage of imagery to depict joy bursting from a box. I made a range of printed and online assets.
‘Futility’ Novel – book cover illustration
I created a three dimensional paper theatre with added illustrated elements to give the flavour of the dark and quirky short stories inside the book by Steve Shahbazian.
Groundwork – Character avatar and venue ident illustrations
I created three animal avatars and venue idents for three Groundwork centres, the Elsdale Floating Classroom, Braywick Nature Centre and Iver Environment Centre. These were used on posters, uniform, signage and online.
Harrow Council – Business Services Brochure Design
I created a new brand identity, layout and imagery for a A4 bi-fold leaflet to promote free Business Services in Harrow.
Harrow Work Hub – new brand identity and promotional material
I created a new brand for the Harrow Work Hub as well as a promotional flyer, location photography and website content.
Locks Heath Advent Windows Trail – marketing campaign
I created a visual identity, publicity for website and Facebook campaigns and a press release.
St John’s Locks Heath Church – Christmas 2020 Campaign
I created a Christmas card, a families poster, YouTube graphics and website content.
Greenpeace – Christmas Fundraising Campaign
I created illustrated elements, including a ‘Twibbon’ asset and website elements for a Greenpeace fundraising campaign. The website to the left was meant to look like an elf had edited the Greenpeace website. In fact, worried CEO’s rang in to see if they had been really hacked – success!