Illustrator, campaign consultant + workshop facilitator creating spaces of self-reflection for you,

and translating purpose
into multi-functional design
for organisations and brands.

Clients include
Black Thrive
Libraries Unlimited
Culture Mile
Peer Power
Youth Justice Board
Arts Student Union & UAL
Sour Lemons

Product Packaging and Campaign Designer

Client: Ksoni

A luxury, sustainable and natural hair care brand.



  • Brand campaign and collaboration around my proposed theme 'Sustainable Self-Love'.

  • A conversation I wanted to have in collaboration with a sustainable and authentic brand that supports and is run by women of colour.

  • Why? To raise awareness of the importance to develop self-love practices that are sustainable for you and acknowledge the difficulties that come with maintaining a positive relationship with self.

  • Designed x3 limited edition packaging labels for Ksoni's shampoo and conditioner collections, including the newly released travel-sized bottle.

  • Supported the founders and digital marketing team in the production of the social media strategy which included graphics, a giveaway, content, IGTV conversations and workshops with guest speakers.

Associate Designer

Client: Sour Lemons

A charity challenging systemic barriers that prevent diverse leadership from thriving with young leaders.

  • Series of branded illustrations using the life of lemons as the analogy to represent the Sour Lemon's company values and services.

  • An illustrated classic lemonade recipe written by Aimee Gayle.

  • Portraits of the twelve Creative Leadership programme 2020 cohort.

Editorial Illustrations

Client: The Ask

Article: "How to Carve a Unique Career Path You’ll Love with These Six Steps"

  • Six conceptual illustrations interpreting Ellen's key steps and considerations when carving your unique career path.

  • Ellen and I connected after her Instagram live with YSYS in May 2020 over a shared enthusiasm for self-perception and the power of self-awareness in personal and professional development.

  • We went on to produce a workshop together based on these themes.

Illustration for online course

Client: University of the Arts London

Roxanne Peters, The Creative Rights Specialist at UAL

Commissioned for their new first-ever online IP module.


Five illustrations representing the stages in which intellectual property should be considered:

  • When creating work (individually or in collaboration)-

  • When managing your work

  • When protecting your work with a legal framework

  • When sharing your work with the world

  • When using other people's intellectual property

Social Media Graphics

Client: Dance Network Association

A CIC organization dedicated to increasing accessibility to dance and promoting, self-esteem, confidence and fun.

Commissioned for their first online dance festival campaign during lockdown 2020.

  • Twelve graphics designed to promote DNA's online dance classes on their social media (Instagram stories and feed, Facebook event header) and for physical print outs.

  • Also offered consultancy on further marketing they could create, for example, videos of the dance teachers introducing themselves and their class.

Connect your content to your audience's conscious and subconscious emotional associations.