This film is about my personal experience growing up with dyslexia. Since the age of 3 I’ve always found it quite daunting knowing that I’m going to have to work 10x as hard at pretty much anything I do due to my learning difficulty, known as acute auditory and memory delay. Over the past few years especially, I’ve been feeling very anxious about where I’m going to be in the future and dealing with quit long periods of self-doubt.
While I was back home on weekend, me and my sister Jade wrote the narration script. We separated it out into three parts, my childhood, teens and early adulthood. This was done to make things easier for me when recording the narration. I wanted the script to be as personal and as honest as I possibly could, but at the same time open enough for people to connect with the subject matter in different ways.
The art direction started off with me playing around with the idea of making brain-wave and location/searching styled motion graphics. This idea came about due to my processing difficulty, being tied to how my brain is wired. I wanted the motion graphics to look like a wire frame/foundation structure, I felt that would be a way of visually representing progress and how we all must start from the bottom to reach further towards our goals.
Once all the visuals were done, it was just a matter of finding the best structure and placement for them to go alongside the narration and music.
An editorial piece exploring creative motivation in the creative world via interviews with Ian Trajlov, Craig Ward & Kyle Lambert. (Spread mock ups coming soon)
An experimental visual piece exploring the internal struggle of those affected by mental illness.
A group brief where we made silk screen printed editorial pieces using documented photos of street signage around Banbury and Oxford.
Premium Virtual Assistance
I was recently commissioned to put together a logo and design some business cards for an independent virtual assistant called Linda Fell. She already had a website made for her so it was all a matter of making sure the branding and art direction flowed well with her already existing online presence.
The logotype used Lato Regular and the background for the cards was a photograph I took back in February 2016 when I went to Barcelona, Spain. While I was there, I visited the Museum of Contemporary Art. I took a few photos of the architecture as I loved the clean geometric astatic.
I went with the design for the background designs as I felt the shots I got of the architecture had a very computer/UI feel. Computers are meant to assist you and considering this is online based company, I felt this worked hand and hand with each other.
Branding and art direction for Harry Mafham's DJ mixes and online profiles. I used Neou for the logo type and experimental exposure photos for the background imagery/art direction.
A short documentary piece directed by Steven Taylor, I came on this project to record an audio interview as well as an additional video editor and cinematographer.
The doc is about Braydan Barrett, an aspiring Concept Artist from London, this is his story on how he got started in this creative industry.
A series of experimental print designs using a combination of marble ink textures and Processing code.
This was my creative out come for my uni brief entitled 'metamorphosis' we had to create a brand and show it adapts across different formats. I deciede to tie in my interest in music and ended up producing an ambient compilation album with art prints and a visual ident.
An editorial piece documenting photographs of the abandoned art block at my local college. I shot and developed all my images on film. This editorial was a way to collect and showcase my learning and technique outcomes all within one creative outcome.