A book I made on the study of femininity through hands, exploring this concept through pre-20th century Paintings, Disney, Porn, and Barbie hands.
A poster I designed for Tuesday Night Talks, an evening lecture series at the Chelsea College of Art & Design, for Anthony Burrill, who was a recent guest speaker.
My ASOS submission to D&AD in response to the brief 'What's next after street style?' won an In Book Award. See it featured on the website here.
Poster design for a visiting lecture by the founders of Riposte Magazine, that was chosen from a selection in class to print for Danielle Pender and Shaz Madani.
An exercise in typography and layout, by designing a self reflective poster based on a quote of something that was said about you. This comes from a school report, stating:
"Little acts of boldness, such as perpetual use of eye makeup, demonstrate that there is an ego in there somewhere."
A film inspired by a quote by French film director Jean-Luc Godard. "Photography is truth, and cinema is truth 24 frames per second".
Parts of the film were created by scanning in double exposure photographs from a lomographic analogue camera, merged together to create a stop-frame effect. Modelling & acting by Tamara Quaddoumi.
Below: Outtake photography
A collection of unique dedications I secretly tore out of books and novels from various bookstores and charity shops in London.
I stole over 100 original book dedications to sell 10 individual books that were ordered at a small art book fair.
I wrote a 1000 word essay on my reflection and research on Cultural Schizophrenia, the area of interest for my Final Major Project at university, 2013. I explore the effects of culture clash through its design: deliberately combining tackiness with traditionalism.
Cover photograph: Shadi Ghadirian.
An illustrated Bodoni Black 'S' in the Art Nouveau style, created in a one day workshop.
Designed and typeset my own epitaph.
A visual documentary created in collaboration with Calvin Hayes and Andy Cole about an industrial laundrette called Everest Linen Services for Consume Peckham, a live project co-ordinated by Kieron Dennis. The brief was to film the inner workings of a business in Peckham and reveal a different side to 'London's worst postcode'.
This has been showcased at a screening in the Peckhamplex, South London.
Below: Selection of film stills.