Print and digital design
Pooch Pack Doggy Daycare is a new business startup based in Melbourne. They required full brand development, along with budget-concious assistance in web development, concept development, merchandise, sigange, social media and marketing options.
Collaborative development of concepts for an international cosmetics manufacturer. As they began to branch out into other industries they required an umbrella brand. This included idea starters for brand elements and office interior decals.
I was contracted by Xero to assist and collaborate in the development, storyboarding, design and illustration of a series of over 60 animated digital ads.
The task required redesigning a suite of Australian Government websites to make them modern, accessible, simple and responsive.
The CityArt application provides a self guided tour of Canberra’s public and privately owned art installations.
Illustration and design for a campaign promoting the Commonwealth Super Corporation's retirement seminars.
The Clean Energy Regulator desired a rethink of their existing brand that could be applied consistently to all materials by in-house and external designers, this required extensive planning, consultation and documentation.
Snedden Hall & Gallop required a coherent brand that expressed their level of quality and a modern, responsive website.
Tertiary Open Day is an event that encourages kids and school leavers to visit Canberra and check out some of Australia's top tertiary institutions. 'Tod' was a recurring character and his appearance changed annually.
Remodern is a Melbourne based furniture design company, they required a stylish and modern brand.
Way finding signage
This project required the creation of a brand that could breathe life and colour into Gungahlin Town Centre – the family-friendly commercial heart of Gungahlin – while spelling out the distinct districts and activities available there.
The deliverables included decorative banners, way-finding signs, street signs, informational signage and marketing materials for the Land Development Agency.
Promo material design
Engineers Australia Convention 2014 brought together multiple events and conferences and was the largest of its kind. Graphic elements for the brand were created using a system that converted groups of letters into geometric patterns, reinforcing the convention's themes of unity and uniqueness.
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This website functions as a guide for carers of people with mental illnesses. An important part of the website was a case study section for which appropriate model photography was required. An additional element of this task was to further develop Carers ACT's Mental Health identity while simultaneously designing their website.
When TransACT began their transition into becoming an iiNet company they needed a new interim brand along with brochures and expo display materials turned around quickly in time for an exhibition. I developed a clean, simple and bold brand that could be easily applied to a variety of products and promotional items.
A collection of digital paintings and drawings created for various purposes in Painter, Illustrator and Photoshop.
A small selection of logos designed for various businesses and events.