The guide is a 72 page magazine commissioned by small to medium businesses based in the Three Valleys ski resort in France. The guide is distributed around the resort, to bars, restaurants and chalets where guests to the area can get information on various places, activities and experiences that will help them make the most of their holiday.
I designed the guide from concept, thumbnails and proofs through to printing and delivery, dealing with the editor first-hand to ensure that both parties were highly satisfied with the finished article.
Ipswich Town FC Matchday Programmes
During the 2017/19 football season I created a series of programme mockups for Ipswich Town as a personal project featuring a ‘Classic Shirts, Current Players’ theme. The idea was to create something visually interesting, appealing and different from the usual design route featuring action photography.
In the summer of 2018 the club contacted me to ask if I would interested in designing the official matchday programme covers for the 2018/19 season based on this concept. The club has seen a vast increase in sales of the programmes in part due to the new design, with programmes selling out prior to kick off at a number of games.
Huck Cancer Foundation
2018 marks the 10th Anniversary of the Huck Cancer Foundation, a charitable foundation that I set up with the goal of raising money to help cancer patients and research in both the UK and France.
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary I re-branded the foundation with a new logo, and followed this with a couple of anniversary logos. I also designed a new merchandise range, featuring t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, baseball caps and bobble hats. To make it easier for the public to purchase the new range I created a new website and online store for the foundation.
The Beer Shop
Poster design for the beer shop, a craft beer bar in south-east London who were putting on a sour and cider festival over the August bank holiday weekend. the poster concept was then turned into social media posts to help advertise the festival in the lead up to the event.
The Boot Lab
A commercial brief from The Boot Lab. The client wanted to expand their visual brand beyond their current logo and roll this brand into their promotional material.
Eclectic, distinctive and quirky branding for The Alma, a pub in Windsor, London. The typeface and logo is inspired by the lantern hanging outside of the pub, and its simpleness is offset with the pattern and illustrations to create something visually impactful and unique to The Alma.
Illustration for Cycle Huez, a cycle hire shop in Alpe d'huez. The illustration is used on their 2018 merchandise range. The owners wanted an illustration which was different to their normal type-based offerings to ensure that their range featured something for everyone who visited the shop.
A selection of bespoke wedding stationery. The whole process is designed with the client in mind. With no templates we work together to create a completely bespoke package tailored completely to the couples ideas and wishes.
To design an identity for my home town of Brentwood in Essex and to roll this identity out to a responsive website.
Create an identity for a small, independent garden centre to be based in East London.
This project was featured on creativeboom.com in an article about 'great student designed typefaces'
To create a brochure with an interesting fold that ties into the theme of the BFI Film Festival at London's Southbank Centre.
create a piece of artwork for an album cover without using digital techniques. I chose the classic Ryan Adams album - Gold and used string art to convey the notion of a country coming together as one after the September 11 attacks, which the album was released shortly after.
Design a piece of bespoke packaging for clay models which would appeal to a DJ demographic.
3 Vallees Cuisine
Branding for a Private Chef service based in Courchevel, France.
A selection of illustrations wearing up for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. I took the traditional Matryoshka Doll and illustrated the England and French National Teams. These posters were then sold online in the run up to the competition. As series of T-Shirts were also created featuring simplified illustrations that would work well with the screen printing process.
The Stadium Series
A challenge to illustrate all 20 current Premier League stadiums in 20 days to celebrate the 25th season of Premier League football. The project was expanded further with a series of ‘Heritage Collection’ stadium illustrations of teams who had recently moved into less unique stadiums.
Commissions have been received from fans asking if I can illustrate their favourite grounds as well as stadiums in the US.