A QUEER FEMALE MUSIC NIGHT
Parties run by girls for girls who like girls (& their pals).
Grrrl Crush is a night that was born in Edinburgh in 2016; it champions women in music & provides a place to be a badass bitch. Straight friendly. Trans inclusive.
I was asked to create social assets & posters that communicated the live experience they cultivate, I did this by combining modern trends and the original Riot Grrrl fanzine style
A STUDY IN ASSOCIATION WITH EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY
coronagenes were exploring the link between genetics and COVID-19, & they needed a designer to help with the launch & social campaign to ensure they reach as many people as possible. In the first week of the launch, we had 1000 participants, we saw this as a success & we continue to sign up multiple numbers a week. My main responsibility is to make the information palatable to the general public & to work directly with the geneticists & a volunteer group creating weekly social campaigns & creating website assets alongside the developers they have at the university
This project was part of Project Possible – a project that Huawei ran in partnership with Dazed – we curated a series of Secret Lectures which were comprised of talks by creatives in different fields across London, Paris, Milan, & Berlin. We had already developed a Selfie Booth which we reworked so that every attendee could have a takeaway memory from the event. I was responsible for designing the Selfie Booth itself, along with the supporting app & email. I enjoyed this in particular as I was responsible for every element of the project
Intercomms are the only network to cover the full breadth and depth of the communications industry and I am responsible for their creative look and feel as of June 2018. Their principal objective is to introduce a pioneering industry charter to provide baseline support for LGBTQIA+ people and their allies in our industry. This is why I jumped at the opportunity to work with them and help attract a younger audience with a creative that is more consumer-facing, starting with the podcast artwork and progressing to promoting talks and events