Using an unused design I drafted last year, the SELCS Society 2016-17 Committee approached me to create t-shirts for them, as well as a separate design for the student helpers volunteering at the SELCS Open Days for offer-holders.
Elinor Terry approached me to create a logo for her new YouTube channel, with the graphics appearing in her videos, on the channel page, and on other social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
I went for a logo that described Elinor and her new channel: interesting (serif typeface), light-hearted (sans serif) and quirky (bright green).
As part of the Making Creativity Work scheme provided by Bauer Media, the end product of the project was the create a team podcast, with each member having their own segment.
I chose to do a food-based section, but actually centring on our sense of smell and how smells can be linked to specific memories.
I was approached by Antonia Wunnerlich (on behalf of German British Forum) to create a draft design for an upcoming British-German conference, with the core theme being Digitalisation and Arbeit 4.0.
The logos of the three hosting partners are included in the illustration: German British Forum, the EEF, and the German British Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK).
As co-organiser of this year's Summit, I was responsible for much of the visual identity of the conference on and around campus and the internet. This included vinyl banners, flyers and posters, promotional videos and photography.
Held at The Aviary, this end-of-term celebration was held mainly for the finalists to celebrate the end of their lectures at university.
As part of the event, a Snapchat filter was created to mark the occasion.
Article written for UCL PI Media (read in full here)
As the former Mayor Klaus Wowereit once said, “Berlin ist arm, aber sexy”. ... In two weeks, Berlin will celebrate its 27th birthday as a reunified city, and since the fall of the wall, Berlin has steadily evolved into a city of culture, diversity, media and history; a focal point of many eyes in Europe...
Shaun Waldie approached me to create a brand for him as a freelance cinematographer and photographer. His projects vary, so a clean and adaptable logo was necessary for his products. Any of the three versions would be suitable for use as a watermark.