About

I am a research-led graphic designer, interested in how the tools and methods of visual communication can be used to challenge dominant social and political narratives. 

Working across identity, editorial and exhibition design, my practice is rooted in research – with ongoing projects centred around national identities, fear of failure and visual communication as a mode of social and political engagement.

I teach on Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art, where I edit Content Free an experimental publishing platform by and for our Visual Communication community.

I work closely with students as a co-founder of Crowd Talks – a design discussion group facilitating conversation between students, graduates and industry in order to break away from a traditional lecture format. 

 

I work with

FranklinTill
Art Director of Viewpoint & Viewpoint Colour

The Liminal Space
Designer

Keep it Complex

Common Vision
Faculty
The British Council
The Crafts Council
Textile Futures Research Community
MA Material Futures at CSM
BA Textiles at CSM
Urban Fabric Lab at CSM
The Royal Society of the Arts

I teach with

The Royal College of Art
Kingston University
Chelsea College of Art

I studied at

RCA – MA Visual Communication [2015]
University of Brighton – BA Graphic Design [2012]
LCC – Foundation Degree [2009]

I write for

Content Free, The Right Sort of Writing
Modes of Criticism Issue 3, Graphic Design against Brexit [and beyond]
Viewpoint Magazine Issue 38, On the Move
Viewpoint Magazine Issue 38, Rebranded Politics