teef is a short film to help educate and entertain on the topic of dental hygiene. The film follows a young boy as he's shown the correct way to brush his teeth with help from a toothbrush and her trusty sidekick toothpaste. But he has to be careful not to upset his rotten old tooth! All of the puppets were designed and hand-made to suit a children's tv aesthetic with bright and colourful fleece.
Official Selection Screentest: The National Student Film Festival 2017
Semi Finalist Los Angelese Cinefest 2017
Finalist One Laugh Away Comedy Short Film Festival 2017
Nominations Best Comedy - Screentest NSFF 2017
Mr Fart is Gr8 Again
I created a topical illustration that was released on the day of President Donald Trump's inauguration.
Following this, I created a looping animation to highlight the altering of online information as a result of President Trump's inauguration.
Children's soft toy depictions of both ex-British Prime Minister, David Cameron, and the Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, created to encourage and influence voting from a young age.
Hand-made soft toys with a built in voice box containing quotes of false promises and things that have been said so often, that they could well be considered catchphrases.
A short film for Anthony Nolan, depicting the story of stem cells and the importance of finding donors.
Inspired by the Hawaiian Aloha Shirt; this shirt presents an ironic look at the 'joys' of the British summer. It is a celebratory piece of clothing, that pokes fun at the realisation of what summer in Britain can really be like. Unlike the popular Hawaiian shirt, this shirt holds a 2 colour screen-printed pattern on dull white fabric.
A set of neon sign gifs created whilst 'in between jobs'
A seven inch record sleeve designed for the track Art School by The Jam as part of the Secret 7" 2016 Exhibition.
Secret 7" combines music and art, selecting 7 tracks to design a record sleeve for. With thousands of entries, only 100 sleeve designs are selected for each track. All exhibition art work was then anonymously displayed in a gallery space at Sonos Studio, London before being sold at a set price with all profits going to Amnesty International. Following this, the artists identities were revealed.
An image created to accompany an article about going for a pint at the end of the week.
A four-leaf clover, made to bring luck to it's owner whilst also proudly carrying the idea of 'faking it till you make it'
A Fine Art critical assessment simulator.
Taking from our shared experience of university, the games uses the app Twine to take the player through the process of an art school crit.