|Education||2007 - 2010(University of Technology, Sydney)|
Well hi there!
I am a freelance typographer, illustrator and graphic designer working from Berlin, Germany. Having completed my Bachelor of Visual Communication at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, I have been steadily working on a range of projects independently, freelancing with Mathematics design studio and as a proud addition to The National Grid’s ‘The Drawing Arm’ Illustration Agency.
As of July 2012 I jumped ship and now live in the loftiest of lofts in Berlin, where I intern with the very great Michelberger Hotel and either party on boats (naturally) or draw my time away.
My work covers a broad range of applications, from the smallest logo to the largest wall, so if you’d like to know more feel free to get in touch!
Since June 2011 I've been having an amazing time working with the lovely folk at Mathematics on a range of exciting jobs including the 25th Anniversary ARIA Awards 2011, Vinnies 'Signed Finds', Sydney Festival 2012, El Capo, The Argyle re-branding and a grillion little typo jobs in between.
As well as my role as a designer I've also had great one on one experience with clients, generating briefs, art direction and creating home-made lunch envy.
After finally kicking myself into gear with a number of pieces in solo and group exhibitions around Sydney, I've been steadily working as a freelance typographer and graphic designer since June 2011.
I've had a great, diverse range of clients, from established bars and brands to small start ups, competition based works and personal projects, where the pieces I've produced have ranged from large scale hand painted installations to simple logos and illustrative titles. I'm really enjoying the freedom that has come with freelancing for individuals and groups who have their own vision and love to see original, creative work in line with their needs.
Originally created for the Sidewayz Exhibition in June 2011, my hand generated typographic artwork 'The Denial of Pleasure' was featured in Semi Permanent's second yearly release.