The internet is full of videos drawing attention to self-esteem issues. By incorporating HCD methods, myself and two other Billy Blue College of Design students (Stacey P and Nick F) researched and surveyed ways to reach our target audience. Our audience needed our creative idea to be accessible, eye-catching, funny, exciting, and youthful. We created something … Continue reading #embraceyoshelf awareness campaign
Keeping with within set brand guidelines, I designed a suite of Twitter content for UFC193. The artwork was rolled out before and during the match. Credits to Mango Communications for the creative idea.
An After Effects animation I executed for The Line’s social media pages. The creative idea was provided by the social team at Mango Communications.
One of a series of videos I shot and edited for BWS’s social page.
Recently, I’ve been creating a series of content for Cougar Bourbon which recently rolled out on their social media channels. As part of their Straight Up bourbon campaign, I filmed and photographed these pieces of content. Creative ideas for this came from Mango Communications.
A informative documentation of Melbourne hipster culture. Made particularly for kids but also for anyone with $2 on hand. Compiled with my own hands and the Fitzroy Officeworks printer, these are poorly trimmed, bound with yellow rubber band, and grey lead numbered in a limited edition of 50. These are still available, if you wish to purchase one, hit … Continue reading The Ay to Zee of hipster culture : Zine
Superherokids are a group of artists who illustrate personalised caricatures for kids in South Africa. The artists are given a list of their child’s ‘superpowers’ and asked to incorporate these power in their drawings. As a child I remember wanting to have an action figure of myself to place in super hero scenarios. This was my response for … Continue reading Superherokids : Illustration
A series of AFL player caricatures illustrated for an online kids sport promotion.
Shots from a project to create a suite of images to express the personalities of these homewares in 2015.