I was asked to produce a book on a chosen memory, mine being the time when I chipped my tooth. I used a variety of media to express my senses, including illustration and photography. As you read through the story, the corner of the page was cut away to symbolise the chip and sense of time.
Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF)
In aid of the of the DCSF, I was asked to raise awareness of underage drinking amongst young people. Instead of creating some uninteresting posters, I thought I’d create something that was ongoing to the problem. I came up with a non-alcoholic drink called Stubby’s aimed at 13-16 year olds. The brand hosts free promotional parties and events to hopefully educate young people about the dangers of alcohol as well as giving them an alternative thing to do besides drinking down the park on a Friday night. To make the packaging of Stubby’s more appealing, different illustrators who wanted to get involved with the campaign have helped design these collectable bottle caps. The caps are also magnetic so children can either stick them on their fridge or in the street to help raise brand awareness.
The video was made to highlight the process in making and producing the 2010 promotions poster for Graphic Design course at University College Falmouth. The video worked as a viral, generating more attention towards the poster and the course. (Filmed and edited by myself and Danny Wilson, with additional footage by Tom Berridge.)