A dossier detailing my final year at Bath Spa University, studying Graphic Communication.
The dossier looks to my future and professional life, the role of a mentor, details of lectures, self promotion, exhibiting, and commissions.
Sing London deliver high profile, participatory events that connect people in urban environments. They requested an exhibit, that portrays the impact that the Bessemer (steel production) process had on the London skyline. The piece is now part of a collection touring the UK, as part of the Travelling Museum of British Invention.
The Directory, a book containing twenty-six posters of single letters from A to Z. The brief: to use only black and white. The posters were then auctioned off, to fund the Bath Spa Graphic Communication degree show.
The Collections project investigated the subject of my dissertation; in particular looking at the link between the documentation of natural history and the first private collections. Exploring this lead me to form my own collection, a cabinet of visual curiosities; based around the concept of representing and re-purposing an existing collection.
CHALK 'N' CHEESE
A silkscreen print, for the Chalk 'N' Cheese illustration exhibition in Bath. The theme for the exhibition was opposites, in this case comparing the mechanical to the natural.
Mudpie, a trend forecasting company, required floral elements for their Spring/Summer 2015 print collection. The prints were then licensed to third party clients, for use on such items as clothing and packaging. Several illustrations went on to be integrated into trend views, for future seasons.
EARTHBOUND & AIRBORNE
Inspired by the Sammy Miller Museum, the piece alludes to a new perspective on the crafting of motorcycles, through the parallel craft of drafting and hand printing. The meaning behind the final print is obscure, but with the intention of describing to the viewer, the trials and successes enjoyed by the creator.