It's Nice That article
Design / direction for Boat Magazine, issue 5.
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A fortune reading monolith built for Secret Garden Party. 2013's theme was superstition, and visitors were invited to clamber to the top of the structure and receive a fortune printout, with messages ranging from "Keep Making Love" to "Take Just Enough".
Collaboration with set designers, Isabel&Helen and designer, Jack Haslehurst.
Commissioned by INT Works and Secret Arts Foundation
Computer Arts Article
For my final project at university, I became a nomadic designer for one month. I left the UK behind to lead a transient lifestyle, offering myself to designers, studios and agencies for two days in exchange for the chance to work with some of the best practitioners in Europe.
I travelled by train and plane through Iceland, Turkey, Serbia, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands. I also kept a blog of the project which you can see here
Branding and display for Christian Wolmar's OneLondon event at the Labour Party Conference. Attendees were invited to say what issues they would like the next Mayor of London to tackle. Display built from solid oak, and leaflets risographed on 250gsm recycled paper.
Collaboration with Jack Gardiner
and Isabel Gibson.
As part of the Open Office
series at the Architecture Foundation, we examined the implications for the public of the 2011 Localism Act in England – a political policy which aims to empower local communities in matters of urbanism, but has had limited effect due to the confusing nature of planning policy.
I spent one week working with a team of talented architects dissecting and reducing Croydon's 260 page Local Development Framework document into a 13 page document and online web tool.
Produced in collaboration with We Made That, an architecture and design studio based in Hackney, London.