Todmorden Town Hall opened the doors to its new Heritage Centre at the end of 2015. The initial brief was to brand the centre, but upon consultation, it appeared that the hall itself had no branding. I was able to meet with the co-ordinators to understand what they wanted for the brand as a whole. The result was a logo and colour palette that honoured the rich heritage of the building, whilst presenting it in a manner that attracted a wide audience.
I was approached by NUCO Travel to work on their seasonal sales brochure. It was decided that the old brochure template needed a complete overhaul to speak more directly to the students they were meeting with. A magazine format was a step further than the old brochure and that of the competitors. It allowed NUCO to show the extent of their experience, talk about their products and add editorial content that was of interest to the target market.
Various projects completed for Manchester United from promotional poster designs and executive ticket packaging to DM pieces.
Completed at TBWA\Manchester.
A brochure designed for Apadmi, the leading app developer. I was tasked with bringing their corporate literature to life in an engaging way for the AppsWorld conference. The result was the creation of an illustrated 'Apadmi World' which was focused on in detail in each section, culminating in the reveal of the whole 'world'.
The Workplace Company
Complete branding project for London-based office relocation company, The Workplace Company. The client wanted to stand out amongst its sometimes more visually conservative competitors. A logo was developed with a strong colour palette and graphic style that meant the company had a strong presence in the market.
The Chef's Table
Complete branding project for the Chef's Table restaurant in Chester. The client selected a handwritten logo, which was complemented with a simple illustration style that can be adapted across multiple pieces.
Consultation on the interiors was also offered to keep the brand cohesive from the day they opened the doors.
Branding project completed for fashion and beauty photographer, Keith Clouston. The image of the glossy lips stood out as a signature shot, and this led the visual development of the brand. With a soft touch laminate to the cover, the portfolio book held a tactility that was perfect for the brand.
As part of their 'Le Big Swim' Eric Cantona campaign, Kronenbourg produced jars of Duck fat made by Michel Roux Jr. as part of their promotional activity. The label was designed using the existing brand as a base with the addition of a bespoke illustration and typography.
Completed at Opening Doors
Foodworks (now foodcycle) run volunteer-based projects in the UK, working to reduce food poverty and social isolation by serving tasty, nutritious meals to vulnerable people.
I was tasked with their first promotional flyer, to simply and engagingly inform people of what they were setting out to do.