November 2012: an online flyer to advertise the Social Mobility Foundation’s cycling event. I took inspiration from the shape of the velodrome and opted for a simple structure to aid on-screen viewing.
November 2012: The Social Mobility Foundation needed a flyer to advertise their Residential Programme. It would be emailed to firms and viewed on-screen. I helped them restructure their text so that the most important information comes first, and opted for a simple design with a clear structure that uses the images for maximum impact.
October 2012: Good news! I’ve just learned that I’ve been selected to do the design work for the 2013 Oxfordshire Science Festival. Work to include a poster/fold-out-flyer and signature image which will be used across all OSF materials.
I design all the print materials for the European Society of Gene & Cell Therapy’s (ESGCT) annual conference. Work for the 2011 conference included a 68 page conference book; invitations, postcards, flyers etc.
Below you can browse the 68 page conference booklet
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The Mobile Edge – a flyer and wall poster for the Oxford Brookes Fine Art Degree Show 2009.
The graduating class needed a gallery leaflet and wall poster. We worked out a concertina-folding leaflet, with a map on the back.
From 2006 to 2010 I designed appeals, leaflets and Annual Reviews for the charity, Africa Now. This is a two page fundraising appeal. The photos were of a poor quality so we got around that by artworking the images in photoshop, and I did some drawings where images weren’t available – eg the fruit.
Headington School needed a flyer to encapsulate their ethos in an easy, at a glance format. For this type of publication, imagery is key, so I worked with them to select images that showed the students engaged in their activities. After listening to their brief, I suggested a six page A5 format. The schedule was extremely tight, and the resulting flyer was designed in just two days!