Graphic designer based in London. Skills in editorial design, typography, branding, print design, zine production, digital design, video editing & social media. Companies I’ve worked with include Peckham Levels, Mixmag, The Digital Fairy, Foundation.FM, Worldwide FM, Young Artists, XL Recordings, New Bohemia Music, The Fitting Room and more.

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The Deptford Heritage Museum is Black-led community museum without walls, initated in response to a proposed luxury real estate development on the site of the former Deptford Docks, from which the ships that served British empire’s projects of colonialism and enslavement departed. Diasporic communities living with the inherited legacies of the Docks built the museum by inviting contributions from women’s organisations, refugee and health groups, a food bank and others for objects and stories that link histories of colonisation, enslavement and resistance to their lived realities.

The project is in collaboration with staff, students and alumni from Goldsmiths University’s Department of Visual Cultures, with funding from the Mayor of London’s Untold Stories initiative. It;s aim is to involve communities in speculative thinking about how to mark manifestations of their ongoing struggles in the local public realm.

  • Freelance
  • Branding / Web Design  
  • (2023 - present)

The brief was to build the museum/project’s visual identity, working closely with the museum team members to work out what was important to them. We pin-pointed an importance in creating a language that was sophisticated, professional, accessible with an emphasis on People; reflecting the museum’s multicultural dynamic and focus on “past, present, future”. I took inspiration from design in historical social movement’s and archives, but also included nodes to the museums use of QR technology.

The fully developed website & physical QR trail will by live by Spring 2024; providing users acces to archives, walks, & stories created by the museum.