brand identity

(unused concept)

Archer Veil, Quentin York and Rowan & Taylor are companies
under the umbrella of the STITCH group. The client wanted a distinct and unique identity for each company that caters to their respective audience, while retaining similar aspects that kept them related to STITCH as a whole.

worked with The Curious Agency 


publication, collage, graphic

Wabi-sabi is a concept in traditional Japanese aesthetic and worldview. Adopting the idea of accepting transience and imperfection, I exercised wabi-sabi as a work ethic and produced a diverse and intriguing body of work.

(Printed on recycled paper (80 gsm), 36 pages, saddle stitch, hand bound)

Materials of Resistance 

publication, exhibition

Exhibition Catalogue for Clare Thornton’s Materials of Resistance, at Plymouth Arts Centre.

worked with City of Edition


video, research

This film is a candid exploration of visuals of a Chinese takeaway behind the counter. Although this place is a familiar sight, with most having indistinguishable decor in the counter space, this film begins to reveal the curiosities and practices of the ordinary food establishment.

Ian Potts: Watercolours

publication, brand identity, exhibition, invitation, poster

As part of a team, I created the visual identity and branding for ‘Ian Potts: Watercolours’ exhibition, to celebrate the life and works of the late Ian Potts.

The branding was applied to the exhibition, posters, private view invitations, and typographic vinyl stickers. We designed and produced the catalogue for the exhibition.

in collaboration with Ellie Rose and Jessica Samson