Thursday, 15 October 2009

Friday, 9 October 2009

I love owls.

Just a lil illustration I made of owls on a golf course.

Friday, 2 October 2009

Julia Weekend.

From 20/3 - 22/3 this year, our entire graphics group was whisked away to an unknown location for a weekend of intense graphic exercises. We got on a coach and drove for 6 hours and ended up in the middle of the countryside in Somerset, with the typographic group : JULIA.

We were expected to complete projects and conduct research without the internet and any forms of media, other than each others' minds. At the end of the weekend, JULIA published our work in a book called : Weekend.

This was our graphic response to illustrate the idea of a shop in New York, where everything was free. The only rule was that you only took what you 
really needed.
In collaboration with Sean Chilvers and Ben Hooper.

Kingston University and JULIA.

Long time no update. Rooted.

The Rooted exhibition was a success, with over 60 students displaying work. I entered a triptych of images of used sanitary towels, shot in an abstract and natural light. I wanted to challenge people's perceptions of menstruation and to get people discussing their own experiences, so it would become less of a taboo. This is the end result of all the experimental photography earlier in 
the year.

This is definitely a subject of interest for me, and I shall continue to experiment with this project. If anyone is willing to share any images or experiences, please contact me.