Print Play is a simple DIY printmaking kit designed to function in Art Therapy context. Printmaking was selected over traditional art therapy techniques, as printmaking requires no prior engagement with art making techniques, which increases the accessibility of the product for people with physical and or intellectual disabilities. The logo and product packaging have been developed and produced using adaptations of the printmaking techniques outlined in the kit. These methods were selected for production as they not only provide an insight into potential uses for the kit, but also increase the visual appeal of the product.
OurPlace is an online interactive mapping service where users share information about dementia friendly areas in their local communities.
The logo represents the sharing of local knowledge and ideas via online mapping, while creating a focus on inclusive communities.
I was responsible for the naming and branding of the service, as well as the design of a suite of marketing materials and a Wordpress website with integrated ‘Social Pinpoint’ plugin.
This student project required the creation of a branding concept for Jervis Bay Marine Park. The identity had to be representative of the park's vast array of unique marine life, while also being able to be applied across a range of mediums including advertising, stationary, publications and web based projects.
A series of three digital collages created with found images and personal photographs. Created for a student photography project in 2015.
A promotional package and location guide for Film Illawarra. This project required the design of a physical package which was to contain a 10 page location guide and promotional poster.
This project required the creation of a packaging concept for a food product. The design was required to incorporate the use of the actual product somewhere in the package, here it is used in the logotype.
A series of imagined landscapes created using abstract light reflections. Created for a student photographic project in 2013.
Brown Sugar Café is a warm, family friendly eatery and coffee spot located in Victoria Point, Queensland. This project required a rebrand of the café as well as a new menu design, and takeaway cup design.
The logo design aims to reflect the inviting atmosphere of the café with its use of warm colours and free flowing typography. The menu design uses clear and consistent typography in a two column layout to ensure easy navigation and readability.
‘Sea Pearl / White Cloud’ is an exhibition of works by artists Lucas Ihlein (Sydney) and Trevor Yeung (Hong Kong) at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. The images here show the works which I was involved in creating. Specifically, I was contracted to create screen printed maps and a digital animation depicting sea level rise scenarios adapted from ‘bathtub modelling’ data. In addition to the works displayed in the gallery exhibition, a artists book cataloguing all aspects of the project was also created.
For more information about the exhibition, please see the link below:
Dementia Enabling University Strategy (DEUS) is a University of Wollongong initiative that brings together students from a variety of disciplines to collaborate on real-world Dementia related projects. The aim of DEUS is unlock the potential of students, while spreading knowledge of Dementia enabling practices.
A series of three burger vouchers created for Easy Street Diner located in Mermaid Beach, Qld. An American style diner, Easy Street offer a range of classic American meals and craft beers in a relaxed setting.
The brief for this project was to create three burger vouchers in the style of American bank notes.
ReThink Respite workbook is designed to assist people living with Dementia and their carers in accessing a range of local services which increase quality of life.
Typographic Illustration, 2014.
This infographic was created as part of a group based student design project. The aim of the work is to visually represent data supplied by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), which shows rates of waste and recycling at both national and state levels. The coloured sections represent rates of waste versus recycling at a state level, while the inner green circle shows the national rate.
This project is based on an existing campaign titled ‘Fight for the Reef’ (http://fightforthereef.org.au/fight-for-the-reef-home/) which aims to raise awareness about the industrialisation of the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef. My aim was to re-brand the existing campaign and extend it’s print and web presence to further spread the message and encourage viewers to take action.
'Terrace' Balmain, Sydney. Digital Illustration. 2015.
A range of collages made from magazine cut out, spray stencil and acrylic paint. 2015.