Art direction, Design and Curation
Island Board Walk is a public platform for people living on the Isle of Dogs to promote their stories and experiences of living on the island.
Join in the rediscovery of the Isle of Dogs heritage board walking-trail, first installed 20-years-ago, now updated to feature unseen images and personal accounts of island life from the locals who tell it best.
Featured in the London Festival of Architecture 2016
Art direction and exhibition identity for Dryden Goodwin's exhibition Unseen: The Lives of Looking.
Case layouts, environmental and exhibition graphics for the Steampunk inspired exhibition; Longitude Punk'd at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
Digital mortality bill showing increase in plague deaths each month in London during the year 1665.
Featured in the Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire Revolution exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.
Exhibition identity, gallery hang and print design for Yinka Shonibare's solo exhibition at The Queen's House, Greenwich.
Exhibition labels and introduction panels are printed onto fabric as a gentle nod to Shonibare's work.
Exhibition identity and graphics (3D, 2D and digital) for the Forgotten FIghters exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.
Children's trail for the exhibition Visions of the Universe at the National Maritime Museum
An exhibition featuring 9 two layered screen prints onto wood.
The exhibition focuses on the closing-down and re-purposing of pubs in the area of Deptford.
The prints were initially exhibited at Gallop on Deptford High Street at later toured to several pubs in the area.
Limited edition t-shirts with miniature prints were commissioned and sold exclusively to Print Club London.
Commissioned by Muf Architecture and in collaboration with sign painter Ornamental Conifer for the One O'clock Club in Clapham, London.
Three layered, double sided screen printed wood.
Riso printed typographic print in black and fluro pink.