I began life at WO as an intern in Jan 2012, after graduating from Bath School of Art and Design, where I won a D&AD In Book award for my user / sound reactive pattern illustrations. I also featured in Creative Review that year, as a young designer to watch.
Now coming up to my 3rd year, I have my fingers in all things design here at WO. I’m excited about exploring new processes and using experimentation as a tool to discover and generate ideas – then bringing them to life at an ambitious scale.
I’ve worked on projects with big clients such as Skype, Virgin Media and Google Fiber, as well as smaller-but-equally-cool projects like The Space: an online digital art space. I was privileged to design the prestigious 51st D&AD annual in 2013, for which I created a series of global code-generated illustrations.
I’m also a big travel and outdoors fan and aim to travel to all the countries of the world …so lots to do on that front! I especially love a long distance trip and have travelled from London to Africa, Asia and around Europe by car, as well as from SF to Canada.
Q & A
What’s been your proudest moment since joining Wolff Olins?
The Space project - working with a great team and seeing the work projected in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall.
What word or phrase do you most overuse at work?
Can i borrow the zoom recorder, gopro, and a scanner?
What is your secret superpower?
Mixing art and digital
Tell us something about Wolff Olins that no one knows?
I can beat Aaron in Fightclub.