Fundraising Booklet

Client: Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity Role: Graphic Designer The brief was to create a fundraising booklet filled with ideas of how to raise money for the children’s hospital. The patient images mimic the activities suggested in the booklet. They remind the audience that it’s all about the children. The bright colours add a childlike element of fun. These were shared around the hospital and sent to potential fundraisers.
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Research Review 2013/14

Client: Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity Role: Graphic designer and photography art director. Photography – Adam Laycock The request was to design an annual research review to showcase some of the amazing research happening at the UCL and hospital. I was also asked to direct photography for use in the review. The annual design allowed the stories and data to speak for itself. It showed all relevant data and really emphasised the good they do through funding research.  
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GOSH Rugby Gala

Client: Great Ormond Street hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH) Role: Graphic designer The Gosh Rugby Gala 2015 was a new event to raise money for GOSH. They needed branding/identity and a whole range of materials producing. 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. The Gala went down a success and they raised a lot of money for the Charity.
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