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Sports flyer

Flyer for the Rochester based Roller Derby team, Southern Coed Roller Derby. I took the Photographs with this design in mind.
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Summer Fundraising Poster

I was asked to create a summer inspired poster to help encourage and give ideas to corporate partners. The content includes potential summer themed fundraising activities. I decided to create an illustration led poster, and to keep it fresh and vibrant. The illustrations I created could be applied to the event materials advertised in the poster, meaning that the whole range would tie in to this design.
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Schools Branding

The branding needed to appeal to such a wide audience, ranging from the age you begin school, through to the potential age of staff and parents. The idea was to create branding that could be fun and practical. In order to achieve this, I made use of shapes and colours to please a younger audience, but added a few graphic elements and techniques in order to make it stand out to adults too. the overprint effect used, created a lot of interest with shape and letter forms, allowing them to become an individual piece of work in itself, and allowing more stripped back, slick branding for letters/brochures etc.
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Summer Party Poster

The brief was to create something bright and appealing. I designed the poster, activity sheet and a ‘graffiti wall’. I created bespoke illustrations with a seaside theme.
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Love GOSH

A Valentines party hosted by GOSH. The idea behind this concept is to have a tongue in cheek approach to the standard traditions of valentines day. GOSH is asking you out to the dance. It also has connotations about the relationship the charity has with their supporters. The idea is to recapture the intrigue and excitement of getting a secret admirer, as well as being surprised on valentines day. There are some examples of mood boards I created (for internal use/presentation) and colour/element variations of this concept too.
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Friendship Ball

Friendship ball is an event that is run by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and The Children’s Medical & Research Foundation at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. The branding needed to represent the partnership between the London and Dublin hospitals while also representing their values. The Claddagh ring has symbolism and connotations that are well suited to the relationship of the hospitals and their service to the their patients. Celtic style graphics are used a lot in Claddagh ring designs and sometimes used to depict the hands in the symbol. The Celtic symbol for trinity (triquetra) has many meanings. The ones that stood out to me were: Spirit, Mind, Body.  Mother, Father, Child. Past, Present, Future. Power, Intellect, Love.
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Pioneer Magazine

Magazine for major donors who contribute over £10,000. The magazine is filled with interviews, news and research findings as well as personal stories.
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Greatest Gift Infographic

Greatest gift was designed to give people an alternative to buying throw away gifts as secret santa presents and instead put your money towards making a difference to the children in hospital. I created this step by step guide and information sheet in a scroll friendly style and created all the illustrations for this piece. My aim was to create something bright and engaging.
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Email Templates

I was asked to redesign the email templates being sent out to all supporters and everyone who has signed up to the charity mailing lists. Using the charities brand guidelines, I came up with a simple, clean design. The grid is varied and very user friendly for smaller devices such as tablets and phones. There were a few different templates needed such as the general newsletter and the Solus template (more specific to demographics/events/teams), as well as a template for the GOSH online shop, advertising products and offers. The response was great and the charity saw a very positive result from the change.
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140th Chapel Anniversary

I was tasked with designing an invite for an event celebrating the 140th year of The Chapel of St Christopher. I wanted to create something classy, while also referencing the beautiful architecture of the chapel. One of its key features is the dome ceiling which is decorated with a mural. I replicated this using type on the front of the invite.
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Fundraising Booklet

Fundraising booklet filled with ideas of how to raise money for the children’s hospital. The images of patients mimicking these activities helps to remind the audience of why they are involved, while the bright colours add a childlike element of fun.
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Research Review 2013/14

I designed the annual research review which showcases some of the amazing research happening at the UCL and hospital. I directed and assisted on the photo shoot. It was a great experience and I got to meet some amazing people and patients.  
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Easter Party Materials

I had to create an Easter Party poster and activity card with the theme of a ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’. I chose to create quirky illustrations to give the tea party a fun and slightly irregular appearance to represent the madness and keep the colours muted/pastel to tie in with the Easter theme.
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GOSH Rugby Gala 2015

The Gosh Rugby Gala 2015 was a new event to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. I designed all the event branding, as well as implementing it all. This included the logo and brand concept, an invite, ticket application form, ticket, brochure, presentation slides, sponsorship document, colouring sheets, table plans and even a small rugby ball.
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Look Inside Pledge Card

I had to create a pledge card for a fundraising event. I decided to create something playful to both represent and remind people of the cause. The o’s were die cut from the word ‘Look’ on the front cover and allowed a sneak peak of the inside.
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Member Matters Magazine

Member Matters is a magazine for the Foundation Trust and the Young Peoples Forum. This is packed with news updates, interviews, case studies and more. It has to appeal to young people ranging from as young as eight, to 21. I decided to use bright colours combined with overlapping shapes, and tried not to be cliché with the imagery and graphics used in a youth publication. I also did the cover photography and featured article photography too.  
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