The goal of this project was to redesign the product catalog for one of the most successful access control and security companies in the world.
Here I got to put all of my skills to test, from page layout and illustration, all the way to the photography of every product shown within the catalogue. I was in charge of every visual aspect of the project.
DA-10 is an up and coming band from Brighton and, as a keen record collector, I was honoured to have been commissioned to design their first album sleeve and logo.
This project was a collaboration with another Brighton photographer, Jack Hardwicke, who provided the original photo, done in his truly unique psychedelic style.
I used my illustration skills to elevate it and give it a 3-dimensional look and feel.
I was commissioned by an ambitious Brighton tech startup, Digicave, to design a poster and a set of “markers” for an upcoming augmented reality exhibition at the Science Museum in London. Presented by James May, this experimental exhibit was the first of its kind for the museum. In order for the artwork to be approved, the campaign had to adhere to strict guidelines set forth by the Science Museum brand.
Markers were designed to work with the augmented reality app, in order to bring the experience to life. Not only did they have to look good on the museum floor but also they had to work from a technical point of view.
What kind of a graphic designer would I be, if I didn’t take particular pride in my wedding invite? My beautiful wife being the harshest client I’ve ever had, I knew it had to be something special.
We didn’t want it to be just another postcard people stuck on their fridge and then promptly discarded right after the wedding day (if it was even fortunate enough to make it that far). Instead we wanted for it to be something that could serve a purpose, something people could keep in their home to make it better. In the end we decided to print our wedding invite on tea towels and send each of our guests a copy. We also encouraged them to use them.
11.7’’ x 16.5’’
Alignment yoga is a practice that relies on precision, experience and strength. When working on the branding for this client, I wanted the identity for their business to capture exactly that.
Subtle gradients and strict geometrical lines fill the design with a sense of movement, which I thought was essential in order to convey the energy required for this activity.
The legendary Brighton Source magazine got in touch with me about illustrating one of their last issue’s cover before famously going out of print. This was around the time British Sea Power, a local Brighton band, made a long-waited return from a hiatus, and the magazine wanted to honour it with a long story.
The brief was to create an illustration for the cover. I submitted two ideas and we ended up using one for the cover and another inside, which they used to break up the long article.
I have done a lot of photography for the Brighton Source magazine in the past, and still sometimes do, but it was even a bigger honour to have been given a chance to illustrate for them as well.
BangBangCrash was the first website I ever build for a client. It was just when I moved to Brighton, nearly 10 years ago, and I am still proud of it. It was the first project that incorporated my web design, photography and illustration.
24’’ x 32’’
No words required.
I designed the adverts for Paxton’s recruitment drive which also feature my photography.
Paxton is one of the fastest growing and most ambitions companies in Britain. For a growing company, it has been important to attract only the brightest talent from around the world.
In 2018 it was included in the Sunday Times 100 Top Companies to Work For list. It was an important achievement and they asked for a campaign which would reflect that.
This was an experiment into pattern design. Created purely out of vectors this illustration scales in more ways than one. Made to repeat seamlessly in any direction, this design could be made into anything – wallpaper, textiles, paintrollers, nightmares.
It’s graphic. It’s design. It’s
Much more simplified version of my commissioned family portrait series. Everyone is having babies at a rate that makes it impossible to give each on of these drawings much time. The forms have been simplified and every detail is reduced to a simple geometric shape. The goal here was to capture as much detail as possible with the least amount of effort spent.
This is an ongoing series of commissioned family portraits. Goal is to capture all the small details that make every family unique and so interesting to try and draw. They always bring a smile on everybody’s face, if they are inside little moments and jokes.
A selection of identities I have designed over the last few years.
I try to draw every time I get a chance. This here are some random drawings I have done over the last few years.
24’’ x 48’’