Various Work

Snapshots of various other freelance & studio work over the years…

Fentons
Fentons
Fentons
Fentons
Fentons

Brand & packaging design for a (fictional) renowned herbal tea manufacturer, who are wanting to tap into the soft drink market with iced tea. My submission to Keep It Brief, an initiative that gives creatives a new brief every week to run with during self-isolation. The colourful, textured patterns not only differentiate flavours but represent the hilly countryside of the maker’s location.

Conceptual project for @keep.it.brief, 2020

Rihaala Website
Rihaala Logo

Branding & web design to launch Rihaala, an online travel platform specialising in curated Halal friendly experiences. Visit www.rihaala.com ›

Designed at Fresh Lemon, 2019

Network14 Website Profile
Network14 Website Pages

Network14 is an ethical recruitment platform. My work involved designs for: internal pages of the main website; dashboard, profile and job post / application management areas for logged-in Recruiters, Sponsors and Nominees.

Designed at Fresh Lemon, 2019

Surface Design Show Logo
Surface Design Show ID Card
Surface Design Show Bag
Surface Design Show sign at Business Design Centre, London

Branding for Surface Design Show, an industry event for interior and exterior surface design held at the Business Design Centre, London. The concept centred around the tactility of the surfaces displayed at the show; ‘Where surfaces come alive.’

Designed at Fresh Lemon, 2017-2018

Elmsdown House
Elmsdown House Brochure
Elmsdown House Brochure

Brand & brochure for apartments housed in a historic former pub. The logo was based on one of the original Victorian features.

Designed at Fresh Lemon, 2017

Aucuparia Stationery
Aucuparia Logo
Aucuparia Business Cards

Branding for Aucuparia, a consultancy focusing on parks and green spaces for the community.

Freelance, 2016

Tea Loyalty Card
Tea Packaging - Flirtea
Tea Packaging - Blightea

Branding and packaging for a (fictional) tea company with bags of personalitea… Each blend of tea was associated with a mood and with a bit of word play, words ending in ‘ty’ and nostalgic imagery gave each tea its own character.