Category Archives: Self Initiated

Atopia

Atopia is a visual exploration of environmental modernsim looking at various types of public waiting areas. Advertisements

Atopia

Atopia is a visual exploration of environmental modernsim looking at various types of public waiting areas.

Skylines

These forms are part of an ongoing project I am working on that is exploring abstraction.

Skylines

These forms are part of an ongoing project I am working on that is exploring abstraction.

Che-Bello Typeface

Che-Bello is a modular typface I recently designed for an app I have been working on.

Che-Bello Typeface

Che-Bello is a modular typface I recently designed for an app I have been working on.

AbsolutelyAggie.com

AbsolutelyAggie.com is a fashion and style blog I have been helping my wife run. Whilst she is very much the fashionista I have been helping with the photography, branding and maintence of the blog.

AbsolutelyAggie.com

AbsolutelyAggie.com is a fashion and style blog I have been helping my wife run. Whilst she is very much the fashionista I have been helping with the photography, branding and maintence of the blog.

Fragmented Environments

This is a clip from an animation I entered into ONEDOTZERO back in 2004 whilst I was studying for my MA. Its was show on the ICA under the UNCUT category of ONEDOTZERO. The narrative was an abstract representation of

Fragmented Environments

This is a clip from an animation I entered into ONEDOTZERO back in 2004 whilst I was studying for my MA. Its was show on the ICA under the UNCUT category of ONEDOTZERO. The narrative was an abstract representation of

City Skyline Navigation System

This project was a continuation of my final major project from my MA where I created an interactive map that used well known landmarks as refrence points for navigation through a City. I exhibited this work as part of the

City Skyline Navigation System

This project was a continuation of my final major project from my MA where I created an interactive map that used well known landmarks as refrence points for navigation through a City. I exhibited this work as part of the