Dust & Summer 2 Comments
Posted on 22nd May 2011
Categories: Filmmaking, Photography

I’m very pleased to finally present Dust & Summer – a short Mountain Bike video that I shot while visiting my brother in southern Spain. It’s my first real foray into the world of filmmaking, so it was a huge learning experience for me – I’ll be heading back out in the Autumn to film a longer documentary style film, so if you like what you see, stay tuned for more! Check out the HD version by watching on Vimeo

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vis/res - issue three Leave a Comment

It’s that time again folks! The third issue of the excellent vis/res microzine is now available to order - http://visr.es.

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Christmas Cards Leave a Comment
Categories: Illustration, Print

Bluecoat Display Centre Leave a Comment

I’m particularly proud of this latest project – again, working alongside Nonconform we have just launched a brand new website for the Bluecoat Display Centre in Liverpool, a fantastic little art gallery and shop based in the centre of town and run by some very lovely people! Along with the the usual development work I had much more creative input regarding the design and layout of the site – I’m very pleased with how it all turned out! Thanks to everyone at Nonconform and the Display Centre for being so great to work with!

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National Wildflower Centre Leave a Comment

Over the last few months I’ve been having a really great time working alongside local design studio Nonconform on some really exciting web projects! We’ve recently launched a new site for the National Wildflower Centre – a conservation reserve located in Court Hey Park, Liverpool.

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Add some chillisauce Leave a Comment

Chillisauce are an events management team based in london, who have a relaxed, quirky attitude towards their work. They asked me to redesign their addchillisauce website based around a series of bold and playful illustrations to reflect the ethos of the business. I had a great time working on both the illustrations and the design elements of the project simultaneously – I really felt like I learnt a lot about how both processes can influence each other in pretty surprising ways!

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