I am a multi-disciplinary graphic artist based in London, UK. 

Currently undertaking an MA in Animation at the Royal College of Art, focusing on analogue processes, subjective consciousness and performance.

My graphic work - produced up until my transition to animation - is known for its warm and organic character, with hand-drawn typography and a bold aesthetic rooted in my family's screenprinting heritage.

I am fascinated by the associative nature of experience, and the connections between the senses. I have referred to my approach as 'manufactured synæsthesia', looking for a sensory and empathetic response in the audience through tactile design. The majority of my work over the past decade has been with independent record labels, creating graphics as a means of aiding the distribution of musical forms otherwise previously under-represented in Europe and North America. My work with Soundway Records and Sofrito Records has been primarily a mix of introductory packages and current productions; aiming to contextualise the musical movements that provide an insight into cultural scenes, and offering subjective snapshots of our perpetually fluid populations in time and place. And putting on loads of parties.

Alongside this regular work in the music industry, I have taken on diverse projects of any type that interests me, usually alongside other individuals or small businesses. Increasingly I am engaging in non-commercial creative projects, and I am spending more of my studio time on prints, writing, recording and animating.

Exhibited & Featured:

Selected clients & collaborators:

Curzon/Artificial Eye, Bloomsbury, Open City Documentary Festival, Simon & Schuster, Serpent’s Tail, Dartmouth Films, Canongate Books, Soundway Records, Sofrito, Howling Hops, Stones Throw & Now-Again Records, Red Bull Music Academy, Strut Records, Analog Africa, The Heritage Arts Company