Monday, 16 December 2013

The Gathering Goddess

After making the big move to London in August, I eventually found a Graphic design internship where I have been working for the past 3 months. I have now finished with them, however I have really enjoyed producing the marketing material for their websites and social media platforms. 

I thought i'd share with you all some of the hard work I have produced over the past 12 weeks which includes

  • Logo identity design for vintage boutique The Gathering Goddess, to promote their in-house restoration & alteration services
  • Logo icon for their 5 step DALIR process
  • Fashion banners for their website & social media pages
  • Email html template
To see more please visit my online website here


Monday, 9 September 2013


I have been working on a short series of dancers (3) looking at the form of fabric when moving. This is an abstract approach, the fabric is the main point of attraction and is therefore the brightest element on the design. I took away the facial features of the dancers in order to focus the attention on the form and shapes of the fabric. I particularly liked working with the transparencies, which proved to be the most challenging.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

The Unremarkable book

The Unremarkable book and other stories, is a collection of short stories written by Chris Green. It will be released as a Ebook for people to enjoy and read. The cover was designed to be fairly unremarkable, but intriguing enough to catch your eye on an old bookshelf. To read more about this book and to see more of Chris’s work click here.

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Daleys Coffee Shop

Daleys is a restaurant and coffee shop in the heart of Bury st Edmunds. It is a traditional restaurant with a wide ranging menu of delicious homemade dishes. However it is now looking fairly left behind compared to the rest of Bury st Edmunds. 
With the new development The Arc shopping center and its many new trendy and modern cafe and shops, there is more competition than ever but also the potential to attract lots of customers to its doors. I decided to produce a new concept to refresh the brands image and make it a top choice to stop for a drink or bite to eat.

Thursday, 13 June 2013


Grow is a concept for children aged between 3-5 years. It is a ‘grow your own’ range of products in which they can grow their own plant with the help of their parents. The kit comes with everything you need to start the process, including a very simple set of instructions. All they need to add is the water, they can choose from growing a strawberry plant, a sunflower plant or a butterfly & bees wildflower mix.

I created the Branding and packaging design for this concept. I wanted to target my product to parents and decided to create packaging which reflected this and stood out against the current market.