A small self-initiated project set to practise some motion graphics techniques.
Bottle design for the award winning Heaven’s Gate Cider by The Blueberry Brothers. Work completed while at LMC Design.
Branding and packaging for Cornish Rattler Cyder. Project completed during my final year of study at Falmouth University.
I was fortunate enough to be given the responsibility of rebranding LMC Design (my current place of work), with a fresh and modern look that reflected the company’s varied portfolio and positive outlook toward design. The result is a stripped back version of the original LMC block used since 1985. This cleaner, minimal mark, is easily adaptable for any occasion or situation.
Ever wondered how the Alton Towers, Legoland or Thorpe Park theme parks came to be? The Merlin Magic Making micro site answers those questions and offers a sneak peak into how Merlin Entertainment think up and build their world famous attractions. The site also offers the opportunity for the public to submit their own ideas for resorts and rides with the Bonkers Box.
A little set of angular animals inspired by a visit to the zoo.
This project was a D&AD brief set by The Partners, to create the branding for a fictitious art gallery touring hospitals across the UK. The project won me a commendation at the 2011 D&AD student awards.
Branding and identity created for Daniel Yates Films, an independent film maker based in the Midlands.
Coe Vintners is a family owned wine and spirits merchants based in Red Bridge. With a history going back to the 1930’s and a knowledge in the industry unrivalled by it’s competitors we were tasked with visualising the brands core strengths.
This was a project I completed during my time studying at University College Falmouth and went towards completing my degree.
Icon Cinema is an independent cinema for people who devote their lives to great film. It is for people dedicated to the art of good cinema so much so that they treat it as if it were a religion or new order. The design of the brand uses biblical references and religious symbolism to express this passion for film. Actors are seen as icons, and portrayed as if they were saints. Famous one liners become important texts and film reviews become gospel. Icon Cinema puts good films first and insists, seeing really is believing.