I am a graphic designer, maker and recent graduate from London College of Communication.

My preference for analogue and hand-made methods of production and interest in vintage and period design, particularly 19th and 20th century British Design, led me to pursue a career as a graphic designer for film and television. The resources at LCC also enabled me to explore and develop my book arts, screen printing and letterpress skills.

During a year in industry I was lucky enough to work on a range of productions including Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch, Series 2 of Amazon Prime’s Hanna, and Coronation Street.

Themes in my work revolve around queer representation in media and fan culture. My thesis on fan responses to queer representation was the perfect outcome for someone whose teens were embedded fan communities and binging nerdy TV shows.

I bring conceptual thinking, good crafting skills and a strong design sensibility along with a solid academic and theoretical background.