About Me

Currently studying Graphic Design
at Kingston University.

Sunday, 23 October 2011


Another idea from 'tunnel vision' showing that blinkering your view can focus your mind to the task in hand. Blinkering your sight to help you to suceed.

Friday, 21 October 2011

Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision. Here shows the idea that tunnelled vision can focus you towards something enough until you succeed. I have applied this to my working. If distractions weren’t around it would’ve been easier and quicker. The contrast in light and dark is represent tunnel vision as a visual impairment.

Reflections and Aspirations

These phrases sum up what learnt from my second year and ambition for third year.

Sunday, 22 May 2011

Cult - Inhale

Inhale is an organisation that believes to suceed you need the purest air. This air is vital to reach your full potential. The circle is a constant reminder to the believers. Here shows a typical meeting where believers would go to the purest air location, marked with a simple white circle to practice techniques and refresh your body with pure air.

Website up and running!


Friday, 20 May 2011

This is Tomorrow

These images are from my groups typographic prediction of the future, these spreads will be printed in a publication with my fellow peers called 'This is Tomorrow'. We aimed to demonstrate the renaissance of typography in the post-digital and digital age. We predict a fresh renaissance, where human interaction will be necessary for technology to function. The use of ‘captcha codes’is used to represent a tool we are already familiar with showing humans and technology co-operating together.

Saturday, 14 May 2011

These photos show my self initiated project about daydreaming. These blinds provoke the advantages of daydreaming through idea generation. I want to convince employers to let their employees daydream. To infiltrate inspiration into the office enironment as the blinds would replace office cubicle walls. These blinds give workers a more inspiring view as well as questions to allow employees to be lost in the picture. They can also be interactive within the office and allow more communication between co-workers.

Monday, 25 April 2011


Clutter : crowded confusion, confused mass, litter, crowd, untidy.

The top image is simply a description of the word. Below is a collection of images which include the letter forms spelling 'clutter' but also represents the word.

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Paul Arden

'Be your own worst critic' was a quote from the late Paul Arden. This piece is for a book being produced to commemorate both Paul Arden and Kingston University's last show at Arden & Anstruther Photographic Gallery.

Saturday, 9 April 2011


Photos taken on a short trip to Prague.
Images of the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square and looking out over Charles Bridge.

New York

These are taken from a recent trip to New York.
Photos around Manhattan and Brooklyn as well as a few pictures from Mike Perry's studio in Brooklyn.

Last - Photography

We explored the experiencing of catching the 'last bus home'. We have shown the worst part, the waiting, waiting for the bus home. This dreaded event is added to by the wet, bitter weather and the monotony of passing traffic. The images show the process of waiting, the last image reveals that the waiting is over.

Beyond the Page - Typography


We focused on Morrissey's song 'Everyday is Like Sunday', and more specifically the line, 'this is the coastal town that they forgot to close down'. Like in the song we decided to split the line. To represent this we thought location was an important factor and chose Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, a notoriously rundown seaside town. The first line we felt was best represented through traditional seaside signage that would welcome people into the 'Coastal Town'. The rundown parts of the town influenced the second line. We took our finished installations to Clacton, where we chose to photograph the type in locations which suited the quote.

Amsterdam 2010

These were taken mid october in Amsterdam.