Alice wanted to make a clean break from her old branding and reposition her growing photography business as a serious and fashionable brand to stand out from the industry standard.
The first of it’s kind in the UK, Snap is a 4-day photography festival in Wales. I was commissioned by the director to produce a unique, eye catching brand to match the event’s unique standpoint.
Bhavna is a wedding photographer in the North of England specialising in Asian weddings. She wanted to update her brand with a new logo and colour scheme to apply across her website and print materials.
The Labour Election Gala Dinner was the Party's biggest fundraising event before the start of the election.
Lumesa wanted to present a trustworthy brand that would not look out our place among the big names in the financial services.
Fairclough Photography wanted a multi-faceted logo to speak about specific aspects of their personality and business. This coat of arms design is an eye-catching mark, but with personal depth of meaning.
Elyse wanted to make a new, vibrant brand identity for her wedding photography business, with a sister logo for the corporate photography side.
Rachel Ryan Photography wanted a new and colourful brand to apply across a suite of new materials for print and web. The look and feel needed to present the personality of Rachel and her business.
Examples of artwork and graphics from a project to create a new look and feel for materials going to Labour Party Members.
Jay asked me to create a new identity for her photography business. She wanted hand-drawn type look and for it have some element of photography in it.
The RLSB gave me the fantastic opportunity to help them launch their Youth Manifesto in March 2014.