This was a fun personal project for a friends engagement. This calendar is a series of photographs featuring friends of the engaged couple. We had a lot of fun dressing up and being silly. The calendar itself was a hit. A great GAG gift if […]
To raise funds for our 2016 exhibition called “Unknown”, each student was asked to submit at least one piece to be exhibited and (hopefully) sold. The theme for the show was exploration and many of my class mates were designing pieces featuring space and travel […]
Hunters and Gatherers was a project from my studies in 2016. The brief was to design packaging for five types of salt, utilizing a texture-based approach. The five salts were: Himalayan Pink Salt, Black Lava Sea Salt, Trapani Sea Salt, Persian Blue Salt and Fleur […]
Designing for award winning Australian author Deborah Ritchie. The unpublished manuscript “Tattoos: a beginners guide” required a cover design, social media advertising and promotional graphics. The story featured a retrospective view of a teenagers life symbolized in tattoos. Written in a grunge, teen-angst style with […]
One of my projects while studying was a wine packaging project. The objective was to design packaging for wine. Part of the design process was to design the wine for a specific target market and to mock up the wine packaging in Photoshop 3D. I […]
“The dusty traveller eventually found himself at the edge of an ancient dark forest. The firey sun had given him a tormenting thirst, so he strode into the wood in search of water. Near sunset he came upon a small clean lake. Tired and relieved […]
An illustrative drawing project from 2016. The project involved designing for a futuristic time. In my design I explored ways of adding a futuristic element using jets to propel the vehicle upward, whilst still looking and feeling streamlined.