I enjoy meeting a brief and looking for the most expressive way to do it.
As joint founder of this Community Group of 80+ artists I was in the fortunate position to be able to create the branding for the group and its events.
These designs include social media banners, flag banner, A5 flyer & web page.
Indigo was used as an update from the original purple branding. The lime brush stroke accent creates the CA signature.
Logo composition ideas exploring alignment, colour and shape.
This logo design was refined from an idea about how to portray the various creative aspects of the festival. It was adapted for use across other promotional materials.
These are logo variations for a new mindfulness service.
The brief was to design a clean and simple logo that incorporated the idea of a shining light. The font was designed to look friendly and the Y resembles a figure with welcoming, outstretched arms.
The colour pallet was then continued through the website, social media and other materials.
The Friends of Honeywood and Rotary Club commissioned this map to stand beside the ponds, in the heart of Carshalton.
The history of the village is mapped out alongside images from the council archives.
Feedback from the public has been fantastic. The map has been really well received as locals have been happy to see their local history on show to visitors, hopefully for many years to come.
This commission was for 3 lamp post banners to be displayed along Sutton High Street. The idea came from adapting my Sutton poster, then working on 2 further images to work as a set.
The garden design was generated from a plan by a designer that wanted to present an idea of the landscaping and planting scheme to her client.
She was very keen to express how different materials would be used well as the variation in foliage.
When I undertook a house renovation I created imagery to communicate my design ideas to the various trades. My kitchen design helped to ensure that fittings were supplied and installed correctly.
Beethoven's 'Fidelio' opera was re-imagined, taking the story from a Spanish prison to a corporate city prison.
I designed a series of backdrops that depicted the corporate locations, projected on a screen above the stage.
The designs used simple colour pallets and panoramic views with subtle variations that helped to move the story along.
South Bank Centre Literary Festival
I designed a series of images for a children's version of 'The Odyssey' to be projected on the screen at the rear of the stage, behind the performers.
I performed shows alongside storytellers Wendy Shearer and Andy Copps to audiences of school children and the public. Audience participation included live drawing of the cyclops following suggestions of his features from the audience as it was acted out.