Since 2010 I have worked across a range of disciplines in graphic design, mainly for print. I am currently employed as a senior designer at David Sudlow Designers, a small but mighty agency (there’s two of us) who specialise in graphic design for the cultural and heritage sector. Prior to this I worked in various agencies, ranging from small indies to larger, more commerical operations.
In a previous life I worked as a ‘Brand Officer’ at the British Council, the UK’s international cultural relations organisation. I worked closely with the in-house team and external agencies to develop briefs and campaigns for international student recruitment work.
I graduated in Politics and International Relations (Lancaster, 2.1 BA Hons) and have also been fortunate to work abroad in Japan (teaching English) and Guatemala (in-house graphic design for an architectural firm).
Outside of the day job I maintain an archive of Guatemalan architectural typography and chronicle the overwhelming variety of British beer label graphics (an impossible task!).
Occasionally I will also work pro bono for friends and causes I support too. If you feel you have a project that may need some graphics please get in touch.
Who I’ve worked with:
Cultural / Heritage:
Old Royal Naval College
Oxford Natural History Museum
National Railway Museum
Royal Horticultural Society
Dulux Decorator Centre
Worker Bee Coffee
Overseas (Latin America):
David Sudlow Designers
I’ve worked here since 2018, and we’ve done some great work on fascinating projects. You can get a fuller overview of some of the projects featured on this site here.
Guatemalan Type Project
During my time living there (2010-2015) I documented some of the fantastic typography found amidst the old town’s architecture.
A doomed attempt to chronicle all the wonderful beer labels that have accompanied the craft beer explosion in the last decade.