I'm interested in the intersection of technology, design and business for sustainability and social good.
I understand software, code, tech stacks and data; I work with print and, recently, garment manufacturing.
I collaborate with my clients to bring ideas into reality with polish and integrity.
I'm also an MBA candidate at Imperial College, in London.
Why are your clothes made in far off countries by underpaid poor people? Why are they full of toxic dyes and printing inks? Why don't clothing brands tell the real story about where their clothes come from?
Ramnation takes the path less travelled, through the English countryside, to deliver a unique knitwear collection.
Mercury Media wanted to launch an innovative video-on-demand service.
Together, we developed a platform design and business plan that attracted the attention of top broadcast industry figures and around £300k of grants and private investment.
A small central London college was doing a great job of attracting students, and a look that would reflect their cool clientele.
We worked together to develop a fresh look for new brochures and website. Using performance data on website content, we strategically re-arranged the website design — and increased visitor traffic by 64%.
The Costume Museum of Canada. Like a lot of non-profit organisations, this small museum has a great story and a tight budget. We created an identity and a content development roadmap that allows Museum volunteers to create and share great content from the museum collection, while upholding high standards for their brand.
Yes, lots and lots of it.
Stone litho, plate litho, intaglio, silkscreen, letterpress, monotypes.
Posters, brochures, packaging, newsletters, billboards, bus wraps and many, many magazines... and more.