Graphic design was completed for the Holburne Museum and the National Trust exhibition, Prized Possession. The artwork celebrates the Golden Age of Dutch painting, the enduring British taste for collecting Dutch paintings and how and why this style of art was desired, commissioned and displayed.
RenewableUK Conferences & Exhibitions
I have worked with RenewableUK for many years, first as an in-house publications manager and editor of RealPower magazine, and later as a freelance design and marketing consultant for events and various campaigns/publications.
Bruegel Exhibition, Holburne Museum
I worked with London based Metaphor Design & Architecture to produce the exhibition graphics for Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty. The exhibition was one of Holburne Museum's most succesful to date.
The Mission to Seafarers
I have worked with The Mission to Seafarers for a number of years, supporting their charitable work with seafarers around the world.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) is the organisation responsible for protecting sport in the United Kingdom from doping. It is a non-departmental public body of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. I have worked with them on a number of projects.
Wind Energy Reliability Report
RenewableUK asked me to design their Reliability Report, which aims to show the reliability of wind energy in the UK.
A collection of various designs from across the years.
Community Impact Bucks' mission is to help local charities, community groups and volunteers thrive. They approached me to work on their Impact Report, which they wanted to connect with their audience and present information in a fun and engaging manner.
Reaffirming the Past, Resourcing the Future
The Mission to Seafarers asked me to put together their Strategy Report for 2015—2020. The report highlights the Mission's work and the strategy for their charitable work with seafarers in the face of increasing pressures and a changing political climate.
Action for Refugees in Lewisham Annual Report
AFRIL asked me to produce their Annual Report for 2014/2015. The report aimed to demonstrate AFRIL's success that year and to engage with the wider community as much as possible.