Final year project
Infectious patterns [Read more]
An educational and awareness exhibition about infectious diseases from the Science Museum. Infectious Patterns is a home exhibition kit for curious 8-10 year olds currently in a government-ordered lockdown due to an outbreak of COVID-19. Children can learn what infectious diseases are, how they affect humans, how they spread and are combatted through the visual language of pattern.
The repetitive patterns represent and reflect the intricate patterns seen under a microscope of structures of bacteria and viruses, helping us visualise what we often can't see. By working with patterns, we can simplify complex data and help to increase awareness of how infectious diseases are spread.
Join the revolution
Clothes are a way in which people express themselves today. However, the quantity we are demanding them at has pushed Fashion to become the most polluting industry after Oil & Gas. With the environment at the forefront of the world’s agenda, this is an ever-important topic to discuss.
Join The Revolution is an empowerment movement that promotes circular fashion. Its target audience is 14-15 year old girls - an age where most girls have reached their adult height and are starting to build a lasting wardrobe. An informative animation sits at the fore of the campaign introducing the topic to the audience. A social media community would hum in the background allowing members to join and share stories, spreading the circular fashion ethos.
Spark: We match thinkers
Spark is a dating app made for smart people. We connect quality thinkers, one mind at a time. For young professionals, aged 25-35, living and working in London. Stereotypically, those who have an ‘obsession with success’ and are ‘plagued with loneliness’. Spark advertises to their audience during the mundane daily commute to and from work. We utilise the Transport for London facilities to publicise our marketing. Spark also have a comedic Instagram account which allows the brand to have an online presence among young professionals.
Infectious patterns: Home exhibition kit
Infectious patterns: Activity sheet
Infectious patterns: Fact cards
Join the revolution: Website & social media community
Spark: Instagram posts
With problem-solving at the heart of my creativity, my portfolio contains a diverse range of lively, forward-thinking projects which aim to intrigue, educate and persuade.
I am passionate about producing bold, convincing and professional solutions for real matters. I am driven, able to work well in a team and have good communication skills. I especially enjoy ideating and developing visual concept and languages for campaign outcomes.
I have had experience working in the creative industry through varied work placements, notably, a year as a Junior Graphic Designer at Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices. This has allowed me to gain valuable industry insights and apply my design skills to commercial and corporate environments. These experiences have brought professional and original thinking to my creative projects and has given me the opportunity to work on large-scale topical issues.
The role of graphic design in the environmental crisis with particular reference to British petroleum and Levi Strauss’ marketing
Final year project
'20 Diploma in Professional Studies
'19 Platinum Encore Award
Awarded by Congress & Events Manager at Medical Devices, Johnson & Johnson.
In recognition of leading design solutions for the Medical Devices Kick-Off Meeting Conference attended by 600+ employees.
'18 Silver Encore Award
Awarded by Sales Manager at DePuy Synthes, Johnson & Johnson.
In recognition of producing design solutions for successful Tender Presentations for Hospital Trust Meetings. This included transforming complex numerical data into visually appealing, understandable infographics, which contributed to account wins.
'16 Best Design Award
Awarded by Code First: Girls HTML/CSS Community Course, Loughborough University.
In recognition of best design of coded website in Course Final Project.
'20 Tranwall - Freelance Design
'17 FUTURA | Business Growth Partners
'16-'17 The Partners
'16 Vitamin London
'15 Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing Marketing
June 2018 - June 2019
Junior Graphic Designer, Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices UK & IRL