Milk and Two is a side project between me and fellow designer Nicola Henderson.
We started off in 2016 and has allowed us to create illustrations and design work, art prints, stationery and design nick nacks. We’ve also started to attract a handful of clients ranging from fashion to charity sector.
We take inspiration from music, film, games and design, we instil our love of all of these things into the work we create for Milk and Two.
Poster Project is a creative force within Glasgow-based design agency Front Page® consisting of nine members. The basis of Poster Project is each member’s fortnightly interpretation of a single word, chosen randomly from the studio dictionary, as an A2 poster.
The Push is an annual sports challenge that was held in the Pentland Hills on 19th September 2015. Participants can choose to complete one of three routes, Gold (26.2 miles), Silver (20 miles) or Bronze (14 miles) – which you can hike, walk or run to raise funds for St Columba’s Hospice.
The Push combines a collection of steep inclines with muddy off–road paths through the majestic scenery of the Pentland hills to ensure that the event pushes the participants to their limits.
I was involved in rolling out the concept over multiple pieces of collateral, I was able to tweak each application to keep it fresh.
I work on a range of collateral for screen and print over the Radisson Blu brand. Working with the account manager and creative director to deliver innovative and creative solutions. With my recent success working on the account; I have taken on more responsibility with the view for me to become brand guardian.
I was heavily involved with the Minneapolis property launch, this involved designing external advertising and a series of print campaigns.
I worked with Glasgow Building Preservation Trust and Cancer Support Scotland on the National Lottery Award winning Calman Cancer Support Centre project. The project was the renovation of the derelict Gartnavel Chapel, my main duties were developing a branding solution from concept through to completion. This included designing information booklets, history leaflets and interpretive panels.
The clients was clear that they wanted to keep the “calm and clear” ambience of the building, so I picked out parts of the building that were prominent; the distinctive parts of the architecture, the colour scheme within the building and the surrounding grounds.
I was asked by Teviot to create an A1 tournament wall chart, it was promoted over our social media channels and was filled out by our team to document the UEFA Euro 2016 championships.
The design led poster was based around using the French flag to breakup each section of the tournament.