Welcome to my 2Sides Series. Some of my best pieces originate from this section of my website.
There is always two-sides to every story, to every picture. Here I have demonstrated that primarily through Black & White Photography. Key locations include Hampstead, Belsize Park and Canary Wharf. If you are interested in a piece, please let me know by emailing through the contact form.
Spending time here at a friend's place in the Summer of 2012 enabled me to capture some truly amazing shots of what Point Clear and Brightlingsea Beach had to offer.
Photography taken in the ever-buzzing Covent Garden
This is who I am. I hope you like the designs and the photography I have on my website. These are my passions and I am delighted to be sharing them with you.
Featured here are two photos which originate from a photoshoot in March of this year (2013), as well as a graphic of myself from 2012 (last image).
I was passing through the South bank where I ended up having the pleasure of being in and around Somerset House for London Fashion Week in February (2013). I enjoyed capturing some of the shots that I did, including some of the models as well as the external set up for the event.
On this page you will find all my personal graphic designs, some of which I have exported to my brand Labels Are Limitations™. Designs include "Built In London" and JLM concepts. My "London Swirl" design also features where a ribbon wraps itself around my head.
Photography in Hampstead & Belsize Park. One of the most beautiful places in London.
On this page, I have photography taken in and around London's South Bank and the Royal Festival Hall. The London Eye and Westminster also feature.
The world on pause...signified by the red light. This is how things look when we take a photograph..everything is on "pause".
Featured here is some of my main work from my 2nd Year at the University of Westminster.
My first semester involved my studio colleagues and I having to design a workshop which would produce a sustainable product. Our brief had to be led by an object we were to discover ourselves by Regents Canal, Kings Cross area (our search area). I discovered an aluminium can and a plastic bottle - hence this led me to brainstorming and designing a water bottling and filtration workshop. Produced products would then be transported to St Pancras International to be used on their trains as part of drinks refreshments.
Second semester involved extending on the workshop we created in the first semester and now creating a fully fledged factory. Influenced by our university's visit to Berlin (featuring a trip to Leipzig's BMW Factory) - designed were drawn up and visualised.
It was a thoroughly enjoyable year.
On this page features a collection of work from my 3rd and final year of study 9at present) at the University of Westminster. I graduated upon completing this year.
The first semester involved designing a pavilion which was to be constructed using no adhesive or any other form of joining material. The title for the semester was Dry Fabrication. The only way we cold link material was by using carefully constructed bracing. The pavilion had to include three key spaces: somewhere for someone to sit, somewhere to lay down, and of course - somewhere to stand. I designed my pavilion with regards to an individual inhabiting it. There also had to be a space for projection (where a movie could be watched) which I have included (see perspective drawing). Furthermore, the semester involved making conceptual models which were born from findings from a piece of text.
Second semester involved creating a tall building created for social usage. The building had to have links to apartment blocks (studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom). I created a Drama School which included dancing space, library space, restaurant space, digital workshop space, and of course apartment spaces. It was one of the more complex projects I have worked on but I enjoyed it as it featured residential work..my favourite sector of architecture.
Photography taken in Richmond
Photography taken in St Pauls
Visiting The Shard has been one of my standout experiences of 2013. Being able to have a 360 degree view of m city (London) was something epic. Looking down onto landmarks such as The Gherkin and St Pauls is not something you'd get the opportunity to do often. I recommend the experience to anyone.
Kids Run Tings - which is part of my client Hannah Rossiter's Universoul range - is an innovate brand aimed at children's goods. Each character has their unique story and you can discover more about this on her brand's twitter - @KidsRunTings
All illustrations by myself but overall rights go to Universoul.
Logo design I completed for the company Global Positive Role Model - www.globalpositiverolemodel.org