Email Campaign for Jo Malone

I created a new email template for Jo Malone to present the company with a more ‘editorial’ look for their monthly newsletter. This new version aimed to increase customers’ understanding of the products while presenting them with a high-fashion look, all while maintaining the signature Jo Malone branding.
Vegas

This installation, at 28 feet wide, adorns the SurveyMonkey game room. Inspired by scenes of both old and new, Vegas comes to life in a playful, stylistic manner.
24 Hours

Made during my BA, this comic poster predicted what my life would be like as a full time designer, exploring my ideal world and how I would balance work and play.
Values

Created as a series to demonstrate the values we live by at SurveyMonkey, these collages combine playful imagery with strong themetic messages. Light typography lends clarity.
Whistles Wilde

Whistles, a British clothing retailer, represents classical English quality and heritage. I crafted a campaign for a trio of perfumes exploring the Oscar Wilde short story ‘The Nightengale and the Rose’, a tragic fable about love, sacrifice, and botany.
LUSH Herbal Hair Care

As art director, I managed this project: a photographic book for LUSH Cosmetics exploring ingredients and their uses in making recipes for hair treatments. The book also examines the history of natural haircare as well as providing recipes. I managed a team of stylists and photographers to develop the style. The typesetting and layout is my own.
Photography by Laura Allen, Biddy Dymond, and Bonnie Kate Wolf.
Sacred Spaces

Sacred Spaces, part of my MA final project, examines the relationships between craft, the home, religion, and graphic process. Craft objects champion queerness and allow us to be nostalgic and to dream. Through making, users can find a new sense of spirit.
Mary

Part of my MA project, the photoseries, Mary, combines graphic fashion photography with hand crocheted blankets to create a series of intense images with religious connotations.
Garden Typeface

Designed using vintage vegetable illustrations, this decorative typeface is made for embellishing. I found the natural shapes of the vegetables married beautifully with the humanist, serif typeface.
River of Ink

I created a series of illustrations for a teen fiction series, written by Helen Dennis and published by Hachette, engaging young readers with topics such as alchemy, technology, mythology, philosophy, and medicine.