1 Granary collages: He said, she said, they said

Professional commentators, fashion students and members of the
public reflect on six defining shows from London Fashion Week

There are moments when fashion feels perfectly in tune with the zeitgeist, seamlessly marrying designers’ visions with consumers’ desires. Other times, fashion feels entirely absurd. When the fashion press rave about hemlines and handbags, do the public care? Do they get it? We took to the streets over London Fashion Week to ask members of the public – people more au fait with drainpipes than piping (hi Chris the plumber!) – what they thought of six defining shows. With a little help from fashion students and the odd comment from professional reviewers, we’ve covered Richard Quinn‘s feathered flower girls and Christopher Kane‘s eco-sexuality to Tisci’s Burberry and Templers’ Ports 1961. We even threw in Simone Rocha and JW Anderson for good measure. Enjoy!

These collages illustrated an article I commissioned and edited for 1 Granary called, ‘He Said, She Said, They Said.’ To read the full piece, click here. It’s juicy!

SAVAGE Journal: graphic design work

Graphic design work produced for SAVAGE Journal between September 2015 and June 2018. 

Promotional image for the submission deadline of our seventh print edition, Territories:

Header image for a Facebook event page:

Front and back of a flyer designed to promote the Intersect print edition launch:

Also formatted as a Facebook event header image:

showcase header

Front and back of a flyer designed to promote a new section on the website, Our Voices:

Poster design for a collaborative event with Advaya Initiative:

a3 ecology poster

I also re-formatted the above poster as a flyer (front and back designs below):

Poster advertising the Dirt print edition launch event:

poster showcase

Promotional images to be shared on social media, advertising the Dirt print edition submission deadline:

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Poster design for the Free Speech print edition launch event:


Poster advertising the Free Speech print edition submissions:


Roundtable Journal: graphic design work

These are just a few small pieces of graphic design I produced for Roundtable Journal.

The first is a style guide, which was featured on the old website:

style guide pdf

The second and third were promotional images used on social media for International Women’s Day and the launch of Issue 01 respectively:

women insta bw


The below image is a single-page advert for an associated brand (Kings of Indigo):

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This image was used for a promotional post on social media:

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