Working in collaboration with an exciting startup in London, which allows you to rate the service in store at the point of purchase, TruRating has just celebrated their partnership with eleven amazing charities through the UK, US and Australia.
In one week, to create a campaign for social media, celebrating TruRating's partnership with the eleven charities.
With an aim to provide two possible outcomes for social, I created a series of storyboards for the two animations before jumping into animation and After Effects.
Two different videos and a GIF for their blog, TruGems and for social media; one of these being a thirty second video, while another features the TruRating button being pushed and transformed into a heart.
Visualising Autism is a campaign with an aim of raising awareness of Autism; a neurological condition I was diagnosed with when I was nineteen.
How can we raise awareness of Autism to the general public, but more specifically schools and potential employers? Create a campaign that raises awareness of Autism as a spectrum disorder, while avoiding stereotypes, (mainly associated with what you see in the media).
By interviewing different people on the spectrum, I was able to gain an insight into Autism can affect those on the spectrum differently. After this, I was then able to create the script and storyboard for a video campaign before jumping into animation and After Effects.
An animated video campaign, which targets the communication, language and sensory aspects of Autism all through a two minute video, as well as the potential for an app, in which people can find out more information.
An on-going personal project using Cinema 4D and Photoshop, which aims to go to deepest parts of my imagination.
Launched by The Distillery TV in London, DENT is a new entertainment network targeted towards 15-30 year olds on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. www.facebook.com/watchdent.
In one week, to create the brand identity for DENT, which includes creating and animating a new logo, creating banners and GIFs for social media, creating transition and 'like, share, comment' templates to be used to be used on all of DENT's video content and branding The Eight O'clock show; a new show featured on DENT's entertainment network.
With my first initial task being to create a moodboard (featured below), the team at The Distillery wanted a fresh, bold, bright logo similar to the likes of Vice, Airbnb and Upworthy, while also transforming the letter 'D' into a play button. As a result, I collated logo ideas from multi-platform media and entertainment companies, while looking at handwritten logos similar to the likes of Vice.
By transforming the letter, D into a play button and using similar colours to the likes of Upworthy, I was able to create an animated logo with the idea of rotating the letter, D from a pause to a play button, while the letters E, N and T pop out as soon as you press play.
University dissertation project which explores the future of the book through the digital era, through both writing and design. The examples here show a poster, which discusses the introduction of kinetic typography and how letters and words can now be freely transformed across the screen. The QR code takes the reader from the page to a digital space, in which the words featured on the poster can be freely positioned, rotated and scaled up on the screen.
A series of photographs I produced of an exhibition by upcoming artist, Joan Hobson.
An exploration into the journey of type as image. Created as part of a second year university project, with an aim of creating content which can work both across a screen, (as part of an app) and on print, I decided to explore the journey of type as image from Johannes Gutenberg's work with the printing press, through to movements, such as Futurism and Dada, all the way up until the present day with 3D type.
My double page spread, which has been featured in a broadsheet newspaper, as part of a collaborative group project. Each page of this newspaper has been designed by Graphic design students and staff at UCA Canterbury, and argues whether we're losing print to digital platforms, referencing to Johannes Gutenberg and his work on the printing press. This is a multi-lingual spread, in which there are translations available of both English and French. Two thousand copies have been printed, and these will be going to those who are seeing Franz Schubert's and Felix Mendelssohn's symphony, performed in Normandy.
UnifyUK is a made-up, British charity with an aim of celebrating diversity, multiculturalism and equality within the UK, while campaigning against inequality in the workplace and racism.
To create a campaign with an aim of celebrating the cultures of everyone living inside of the UK, regardless of race.
By creating the potential idea for a new charity, I decided to create a series of posters, a guide and an app promoting a carnival on St George's, in which people can share their own culture with those in the UK.
Being a group project produced by me and Tasmin Haigh, we had one week to design and create something that would cause an impact. Our response? To investigate into how the beauty of objects we consider to be nothing, can create an impact by being transformed into something beautiful.
Not All Mental Health is Visible is a poster with the potential to be a video campaign, which aims to raise awareness of mental health disorders, specifically of those with Anxiety Disorder and Depression.
How can we make mental health visible to the public? While it is thought that around one in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives, there is still a great issue in regards to the stigma around mental health and those affected by it. Create a campaign which not only helps to stamp out the stigma around mental health, but also aims to educate the public on how mental health can affect those, even when you least expect it.
After looking at a series of case studies from those who have experienced some kind of mental health problem, I came up with two possible concepts; the first one being a series of long exposure self-portraits, which aim to reveal the hidden emotions associated with mental health and the other being a series of photographs focusing on mental health in the comfort of your own home, with a starting idea of transforming duvet covers into waves.