For over 15 years, I have designed innovative conceptual solutions for brands and agencies, delivering striking visual images that connect with audiences across multiple channels and experiences.
The projects I have worked on span various industries, each involving a different requirement level. However, I have designed identities, invitations, websites, onsite installations, large-format graphics, screens and giveaways to create memorable experiences.
The New York Times at the Edinburgh International book festival, The New York Times Climate Hub, Nokia Pure font launch exhibition, Nissan Intelligent mobility training, Roche annual medical directors meeting, IXIA Cyber security 12-hour battle, Rolls Royce Experiences.
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey on breaking the Harvey Weinstein story
Willem Dafoe on Adventure, Artistry and a Life in the Movies
The New York Times partnered with Intelligence Squared to launch a London talk event series entitled ‘Intelligent Times’. I created a square speech symbol as the identifying mark. Reflecting on the subject of the discussion, I illustrated and animated the visuals for each event. Alongside this, I designed all the print and digital collateral.
Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times, and renowned historian Simon Schama discuss the challenges facing journalists in this era of political polarization and diminished trust in media.
I encourage a collaborative creative environment whilst understanding commercial goals. I aim to understand the brand values, develop ideas, share knowledge and unite with illustrators, photographers, designers, developers, printers, artists and makers to deliver exquisite results.
Miguel Ángel Camprubí for The New York Times
Jeff Wack for Ted Baker
I can work across various industries and media, creating fun, exciting art and always bespoke to the brief with a strong idea. Below are examples of my illustration and animation work, made in distinct varying styles.
The New York Times
Whether using Pantone inks, hot foil stamping, die-cutting or tactile paper stocks, I have experience turning ideas that communicate a brand’s story into physical objects with local and global reach.
I collaborate with interior designers and visual merchandisers to create unique installations, from moving windmill window displays to hand-painted waltzers seats. I have created wayfinding systems, neons, wallpapers, hoardings and pop-ups, making for branded visual points of interest for anyone who enters or walks by.
I would love to hear from you. Please get in touch if you're interested in discussing a project or working with me.