I am a graphic designer specialising in print and environmental graphics with 15 years’ experience across advertising, exhibition, brand and campaign design.
Between 2005 and 2010 I worked for the British Council's brand team where I helped develop their global offer in higher education, redeveloping the brand and clarifying their tone of voice. I was responsible for commissioning design projects and overseeing campaign deliveries.
Working with the in-house design team and agencies I have developed an appreciation of design effectiveness and also a keen interest in typography, lettering and packaging design, which ultimately led to me leaving the British Council to become a graphic designer.
Between 2012 and 2015 I worked at Studio Domus Architects in Guatemala City, helping the practice grow to become one of the leading architectural design agencies in the region.
I'm now based in Manchester, working full-time for David Sudlow Designers to create engaging narrative-led design for clients including the V&A, Science Museum, The National Archives, British Library, Oxford City Council, English Heritage and more.
I hold a BA (Hons.) in Politics and International Relations from The University of Lancaster. In my spare time I pursue a number of personal projects. These include Label Hop, a growing archive of the world of craft beer label design and the Guatemalan Type Project, documenting the amazing typography found in my former hometown.