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2019; Bumper Stickers

Playing around with the beliefs people are willing to display on their bumper. The phrases are all collected from prompts I wrote relating to belief and common themes people have beliefs about. These prompts were chosen to help people to think beyond the overwhelming question 'what do you believe?' Vinyl Stickers, 11in x 3in approx.

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2019; Build Your Own Bumper Sticker

Click the button in the bottom right to figure out what you believe in!

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2019; Searching for Belief, online

If you're searching for a belief online, you will find it. As will thousands of other lost people. In a world dictated by labels and a need to define yourself as one thing or the other, having no strong belief can leave someone with a need to search for a group to identify with. This search can end up in a place of innocence and enjoyment or somewhere full of extremes and anger.

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2019; An Obsession With Feathers

Multifaceted publication project based on the ISTD brief 'Lost'. I chose to tell the bizare story of a 2009 museum hesit where scientific bird skin specimens were stolen. Each part follows a different group or person obsessed with the exotic birds. One aim of the piece was to bring the focus back to the actual birds and the damage that human obsession can have on future scientific discovery.

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2019; Choose Belief

An incomplete 50 year history looking at how people have worn their beliefs. "Culture has always been reflected through fashion, as a non-verbal source of communication, a code between you and everyone else in the world. We wear our beliefs and we communicate who we are and who we associate with." [Prologue] A3, Softback book. 88 Pages.

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2018; The Feminist Everywhere

A project in collaboration with Feminist Archive South. I was involved as part of the publishing, curation and puplicity team - mainly in charge of the website, but also in the creation of the exhibition which was attended by a number of the feminists who's work was originaly part of the archive. Design team: Miles Hammond,Lilani Vane Last and Molly Cook. With guidence from Emily Schofiled.

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PLAY THE GAME

2018; ENTER

[website available until May 2019] An interactive 'game' exploring how far someone would be willing to go in a situation where they think they're following people of authority. I chose to explore this by looking into the war crimes commited by US soldiers in Abu Ghraib. The storyline of the game follows the definitive points of the real life story. Also shown is a designer research project made alongside the project.

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2018; Faces of Outrage

A collation of staged photographs that try to tell the story of someone's outrage.

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2017; It Started To Rain (redesigned in 2019)

Photographic project looking at the annual Shree Ghanapathy festival that takes place in Wimbledon.