A publication remembering Blub: a demolished leisure centre in Neukölln, Berlin. It shows Blub from it's glorious beginnings through to it's calamitous end. During a visit of mine in 2014 – just two years before the centre's final demolition – I discovered a wealth of old material in a burned out office space deep in derelict Blub. In an effort to bring together both this physical evidence and my own photographs of Blub, I have created this book; a collection of times passed, and a very personal compendium of a place that is no longer.
A design for a scalable solution on account of the recent expansion of Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco's restaurant CARNE. User experience and design to showcase Carne's new restaurants opening. Made at Future Corp in 2016, art direction by Elodie Fabbri.
A publication that contrasts the varied photogram, an analog-printed shadow of objects, against a consistent digitally created shadow. Developed from a prior mini-collaboration with Therese Cappelen. Originally, the project aimed to playfully and aimlessly investigate the result of changing exposures, materials and chemical processes in the darkroom and formed part of my dissertation research.
Collaborative Design and production of the Degree Show Publication for BA Graphic and Communication Design at Central Saint Martins. Cover Design by Hattie Wade. In collaboration with Emily Schofield, Hattie Wade, Lars Hoie, Nikki Ritmeijer, Tatiana Ermolaeva & Therese Cappelen.
A publication of a selection of photographs taken in public spaces across China. The string of images walk you through some of the streets and areas I came across.
A playful series of small experiments replicating natural 3-dimensional shapes using Processing and morphing these into others based on mathematical equasions by Johan Gielis.
A video and publication that explore daily forms of online publishing through the traditional craft of letterpress. Quick & Easy is a collection of encrypted pieces of writing such as comments, conversations, status updates and shared content taken from various social media platforms. It converts the quick, accessible and mindless into exclusive, slow and precious content.
A designed dissertation on chance procedures in contemporary photography that explores the link between chance and invention. The dissertation is made out of a lose stack of photograms which are held in a custom clamp shell box. Every page is unique and been exposed onto light sensitive paper in the darkroom.
A one day digital Computation & Typography workshop by Kyuha Shim on creating animated and responsive typography with Nodebox. The result was a collaborative publication featuring individual experiments under a variety of keywords. Within the theme of Randomness, I experiment with different ways of making up the letter “i” by randomly connecting and disconnecting nodes. Cover Design by Georgia Cranstoun.
A series of photographs taken at the Barbican that focus on the brutalist shapes and structures of the centre.
Generative Design -An interactive Processing program that visualises gravitational movement around the point of a mouse-click. As you hold down the mouse, hundreds of points start gravitating towards it, the gravitational force pulls them towards the location of the cursor, bouncing off and re-directing as they move closer. As time progresses, the screen is filled with more and more trails from the moving dots and their journey becomes increasingly less distinguishable.
An interactive installation designed for our year’s Pop Up shop. 'Digital Mirror' uses Processing and consists of a web cam that captures the pixels you and your surroundings are made of, generates the average colour of each line of pixels over three horizontal columns. It creates a unique generative portrait in form of a digital print.
A group publication commissioned by Ogilvy Commonhealth Worldwide in collaboration with Central Saint Martins to showcase research and proposals to communicate complex medical data in human and user-centred ways. This collaboration explored how bringing together different sets of experts and expertise can open up new ways of seeing and thinking about relationships between research and practice, doctor and patient, statisticians and creatives. Presented at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2015.