At the end of August 2018, I was working as a freelance photographer for a client in Austin. The project was top secret, and because it required so much planning, I had so much free time to wander through the streets of Texas capital.
In the middle of 2018, I was feeling exhausted from all the projects I completed. I was working for 17 hours a day, and I need a break.
As you have probably seen in my portfolio, in 2017, I took four months off to travel around Europe. I had one goal in mind: to find inspiration for my next projects.
Sidewalk Sandwiches needed a new brand identity to launch their first street food van. They were very clear about what they wanted, even providing the font. We worked with them to shape a logo that would fit in all the right places. We now provide them with, nearly all their visuals, including the photography of
The collective were looking to make their Roof Terrace a more creative and inspiring space to impress their clients. We contacted our friend and artist Darren John, who worked with us to create a fun, colourful floor mural.
We worked with Emerald Electrical to create a clean, contemporary brand that would help stand out amongst their competitors.
Liberty of London needed a fresh new look to liven up their new range of clothing. We provided an honest and humanistic approach through photography.
WeWork wanted to showcase their agents’ football tournament, capturing the emotions of the players and spectators to solidify the work they do together. We created them a short video to recap the day and the fun they had.
Linden Bridge School wanted to showcase themselves through the eyes and voices of the people who run, support and benefit from it. They wanted to be clear about their approaches and also wanted to show how much they really care. The outcome was a story-led video, where everyone could have their say.
Paines & Gray needed an online presence to showcase the high standards of the products they offer. So we created them a clean, modern and minimal website which allowed their work to do the talking. The websites’ speed rating is 98%, which means it ranks higher in Google searches.
We worked with Lucy to refresh this long-established brand, creating a new website and promotional materials for both digital and print that will sit harmoniously alongside the new logo. We created a design system and guidelines for the new identity which focuses on the high impact imagery of the galleries exhibitions and helps retains consistency
WaterAid wanted to celebrate creativity, so we created a micro brand and campaign that would engage a younger audience by asking them ‘what they are made of’. We built a bespoke online platform and invited people to upload their skills, talents, and creativity and share it with the world. What are you made of? #WAYMO.
Due to the recent growth of the company and it’s services, S.G. Plastering and Building required a new look and feel for their website to target a wider and more commercial audience.
Trapped Magazine collaborated with UKDE to re-launch their print editions. They need an up to date and on-trend look. We develop a new visual language for their print magazines.