I am a young graphic designer from South Wales. I take on freelance work as well as working as a graphic designer for a political party.
I have always loved all aspects of graphics and design. I first realised my passion for design when I took a GCSE course of Graphic Design. During the course I learnt of different aspects of design, from typography and layout to printing and finishing. For my practical course work I made a fanzine on tea. The fanzine consists of 8 pages including front and back cover. As it was about Tea I decided to make the fanzine in the shape of a mug (inside pages without handles), the cover pages had a matt laminate, and the paper stock was a thick cartage paper that I had splatted tea over to add an extra unique design. There was a page of facts where I designed fact cards to look like tea bags which fitted into pockets, I also illustrated the how to make a cup of tea page myself.
During A Levels I went more towards the practical side of design, product here I designed a bookcase chair and a 1940s style display cupboard.
Since mid-2015 I have been working as a Graphic Designer for the Wales Green Party, designing infographics, and have now designed their Assembly election Manifestos, leaflets, business cards, infographics and posters.
I am currently studying Film at University of South Wales. As part of the course I am developing my filming, editing, and sound skills, as well as evolving my scriptwriting skills.