• Shallow Flags +

    Protests are fast becoming a ‘fashionable’ event to attend. The proportion of people turning up for the bragging rights and a good selfie is increasing, and therefore taking away from the overall effect of a protest. I’ve taken captions from shallow instagram posts, and applied them to beautiful, knitted banners, to show their conflict in agenda, and bring the problem to public attention.

  • Shallow Flags +

    Protests are fast becoming a ‘fashionable’ event to attend. The proportion of people turning up for the bragging rights and a good selfie is increasing, and therefore taking away from the overall effect of a protest. I’ve taken captions from shallow instagram posts, and applied them to beautiful, knitted banners, to show their conflict in agenda, and bring the problem to public attention.

  • Shallow Flags +

    Protests are fast becoming a ‘fashionable’ event to attend. The proportion of people turning up for the bragging rights and a good selfie is increasing, and therefore taking away from the overall effect of a protest. I’ve taken captions from shallow instagram posts, and applied them to beautiful, knitted banners, to show their conflict in agenda, and bring the problem to public attention.

  • Shallow Flags +

    Protests are fast becoming a ‘fashionable’ event to attend. The proportion of people turning up for the bragging rights and a good selfie is increasing, and therefore taking away from the overall effect of a protest. I’ve taken captions from shallow instagram posts, and applied them to beautiful, knitted banners, to show their conflict in agenda, and bring the problem to public attention.

  • Drone Logic, with Sammie Purulak +

    Sammie and I designed and curated an interactive installation displaying the scary future of artificially intelligent military drone technology through a live interactive experience. Our installation gave it’s visitors the chance to feel what it is like to be under the eye of an artificially intelligent drone.

  • Drone Logic, with Sammie Purulak +

    Sammie and I designed and curated an interactive installation displaying the scary future of artificially intelligent military drone technology through a live interactive experience. Our installation gave it’s visitors the chance to feel what it is like to be under the eye of an artificially intelligent drone.

  • Drone Logic, with Sammie Purulak +

    Sammie and I designed and curated an interactive installation displaying the scary future of artificially intelligent military drone technology through a live interactive experience. Our installation gave it’s visitors the chance to feel what it is like to be under the eye of an artificially intelligent drone.

  • Drone Logic, with Sammie Purulak +

    Sammie and I designed and curated an interactive installation displaying the scary future of artificially intelligent military drone technology through a live interactive experience. Our installation gave it’s visitors the chance to feel what it is like to be under the eye of an artificially intelligent drone.

  • An Idea Whose Time Has come, with Seb Price +

    Seb Price and I designed, built and installed a window display for Foyles flagship book store on Charing Cross Road. The display was created for Rutger Bregman’s latest book ‘Utopia for Realists’. The book proposes progressive utopias, such as a 15-hour working week and a universal basic income, encompassing the theme that these are utopias whose time has come.

  • An Idea Whose Time Has come, with Seb Price +

    Seb Price and I designed, built and installed a window display for Foyles flagship book store on Charing Cross Road. The display was created for Rutger Bregman’s latest book ‘Utopia for Realists’. The book proposes progressive utopias, such as a 15-hour working week and a universal basic income, encompassing the theme that these are utopias whose time has come.

  • An Idea Whose Time Has come, with Seb Price +

    Seb Price and I designed, built and installed a window display for Foyles flagship book store on Charing Cross Road. The display was created for Rutger Bregman’s latest book ‘Utopia for Realists’. The book proposes progressive utopias, such as a 15-hour working week and a universal basic income, encompassing the theme that these are utopias whose time has come.

  • Misconceptions, with Ross Norman +

    A series of abstract idents taking objects or materials in which people assume the characteristics of, and twisting the viewer’s perception to begin a conversation surrounding a more progressive and open minded approach to gender attributes in relation to toxic masculinity. Full Film

  • Misconceptions, with Ross Norman +

    A series of abstract idents taking objects or materials in which people assume the characteristics of, and twisting the viewer’s perception to begin a conversation surrounding a more progressive and open minded approach to gender attributes in relation to toxic masculinity. Full Film

  • Misconceptions, with Ross Norman +

    A series of abstract idents taking objects or materials in which people assume the characteristics of, and twisting the viewer’s perception to begin a conversation surrounding a more progressive and open minded approach to gender attributes in relation to toxic masculinity. Full Film

  • New Media & the Art of Protest +

    A publication based on my third year dissertation, questioning social media and new technology’s effect on the art of protest, and our generation’s attitude towards dissent.

  • New Media & the Art of Protest +

    A publication based on my third year dissertation, questioning social media and new technology’s effect on the art of protest, and our generation’s attitude towards dissent.

  • New Media & the Art of Protest +

    A publication based on my third year dissertation, questioning social media and new technology’s effect on the art of protest, and our generation’s attitude towards dissent.

  • Olivia Lavigna Lookbook +

    I designed, photographed and art directed the Look Book for Kingston fashion student Olivia Lavigna. Two separate photo shoots presented contrasting views of Olivia's bold collection. An Idealised studio shoot of the clothing: glossy, bright and doll like. Alongside a slightly uneasy on location shoot: uncomfortable, unrealistic and disfunctional.

  • Olivia Lavigna Lookbook +

    I designed, photographed and art directed the Look Book for Kingston fashion student Olivia Lavigna. Two separate photo shoots presented contrasting views of Olivia's bold collection. An Idealised studio shoot of the clothing: glossy, bright and doll like. Alongside a slightly uneasy on location shoot: uncomfortable, unrealistic and disfunctional.

  • Olivia Lavigna Lookbook +

    I designed, photographed and art directed the Look Book for Kingston fashion student Olivia Lavigna. Two separate photo shoots presented contrasting views of Olivia's bold collection. An Idealised studio shoot of the clothing: glossy, bright and doll like. Alongside a slightly uneasy on location shoot: uncomfortable, unrealistic and disfunctional.

  • Olivia Lavigna Lookbook +

    I designed, photographed and art directed the Look Book for Kingston fashion student Olivia Lavigna. Two separate photo shoots presented contrasting views of Olivia's bold collection. An Idealised studio shoot of the clothing: glossy, bright and doll like. Alongside a slightly uneasy on location shoot: uncomfortable, unrealistic and disfunctional.

  • Olivia Lavigna Lookbook +

    I designed, photographed and art directed the Look Book for Kingston fashion student Olivia Lavigna. Two separate photo shoots presented contrasting views of Olivia's bold collection. An Idealised studio shoot of the clothing: glossy, bright and doll like. Alongside a slightly uneasy on location shoot: uncomfortable, unrealistic and disfunctional.

  • Kingston Graphics Weekend +

    Website built for our end of year graphics show, along with the design by myself and the rest of the branding team. kingstongraphicsweekend.com

  • KSA Architecture Poster, with Aiden Miller +

    Architecture degree show poster designed for Kingston School of Art.