Below are a few examples of recent projects that I've worked on. If you have any specific area of work that you're looking for and don't see here, please do get in touch and I'd be happy to send through relevant portfolio pages if I can help.
Logo design for the newly established Granada Cricket Club. This project was incredibly enjoyable to work on, with the character and history of this Spanish city lending itself beautifully to a number of first round drafts, and eventuating in this visual combination of a cricket ball and Granada's iconic pomegranate fruit.
Working with Hong Kong-based Swedish journalist, author and public speaker, Johan Nylander on his two recent books was a great opportunity to delve into the world of book cover design. The book topics had clear, strong narrative and focus which made the task of creating the initial visual impact for them a challenging and exciting one!
Designing the logo for CBD-Hong Kong was a project with well-defined requirements and one that involved a clear understanding of what the client didn't as well as what they did want the logo to convey. With a science-bound, clinical and well researched product range, CBD-HK wanted a logo with a clean, reliable, organic feel. A great project to work on!
A logo created in partnership with the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club for a plastic clean-up initiative inspired by members of their paddle community who wanted to have a positive impact on their local marine environment. Pick up Plastic pouches will be made from second hand sails and designed to attached to paddle craft so that floating plastic and rubbish can be collected and disposed of responsibly.
Logo design created for the Hong Kong Water Sports Council to combine the needs of collective water sports organisations in Hong Kong. The one unifying factor was the element in which they compete and train, and the colours were selected for their reflection of the South China Sea. The logo needed to work easily in partnership with others, and so a simple block title served this purpose as well as being a nod to the geometric "chop" signatures traditionally used in Hong Kong.
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