I am a London based Graphic Designer and educator who’s practice centres around visual communication and political discourse. In 2015 I co-founded Studio Hyte with whom I create self-directed works, websites, visual identities and exhibition design for creative and cultural commissions. In 2016 I ran the Red Tape forum at the Royal College of Art, testing ideas of radical pedagogy and the politics of visual Communication as a college wide series of talks and actions. And within my individual work I create typefaces, write, research, speculate and create work for exhibitions. Everything I do is based on the belief that it is the role of creative practitioners to heal sad passions around the present and advocate for egalitarian futures.
Future Artefacts Archive, Royal College of Art, 2017
Language Game[s], Chelsea College of Arts, 2017
Typographic Singularity, Royal Ccollege of Art, 2017
Digital Aesthetics, Centre for Recent Drawing, 2016
Take Back the City, RDP, Royal College of Art, 2017.
Type and the City, Central Saint Martins, 2016.
Communication vs Noise, Central Saint Martins, 2016.
All Schools; Art Schools, Central Saint Martins, 2015.
TEACHING & WORKSHOPS
Red Tape, Royal College of Art, 2015 onwards.
Conductive Typography Workshop, Paris, 2016.
Engaging Publics, University Southampton, 2015.
Widening Participation, UAL, 2012-2015.
FEATURED WORK (WITH STUDIO HYTE)
The book in the Global Village: Bare Conductive
Toilet Break: It's Nice That, Dezeen, Design Week