In the 6 years of establishing myself as a Multi-Media Visual Artist primarily in the area of fashion, my career has taken me on an exciting journey. I have produced visual content for a large number of companies, commissioned for various campaign projects, produced art installations in different countries. Currently, my main focus is to establish myself as the most dynamic and comprehensive content creators of this generation.
I am tremendously excited by new technology and I love experimenting with new techniques. Because my mind is half split into technical and creative, my skills and proficiency with design programs and artistic mediums such as photography have been almost completely self-taught. I have been fortunate enough to be able to inject my creative expression into my commissioned collaborative projects and client work.
After graduating from the London College of Fashion, earning a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Fashion Illustration, I underwent a number of self-initiated studies using a wide range of media, from photography moving image, graphic design, animation etc. During this process, I discovered I was excited by the idea of uniquely combining techniques and media together. I began experimenting by combining my hand-drawn illustrations with photography and producing my first ever printed editorial in Dash Magazine.
In 2013, I was asked to join one of the UK's most popular style collectives; Individualism as a freelance illustrator, providing artwork to accompany written articles and illustrating editorials. I also Art Directed various branded editorials for the site.
2015- I was appointed the position of Creative Director for British menswear label: Garderobe. It was my responsibility to communicate a clear aesthetic and artistic direction to consumers.
2015- was also appointed as Art Director for independent magazine- Samson magazine, designing the overall layout of the magazine and the visual direction of the publication
2016- Resigned my post at Garderobe, Samson and Individualism to focus on my freelance career, and established the Multi-Media Visual Artist title for myself, focusing on social media content.
2016- I put together a small creative collective under the name of “Sense of Sync”, consisting of Hair Stylists, Stylists, Makeup Artists and Film Directors, unified under a similar creative vision. We were commissioned for a wide range of projects for different companies.
2018- After two years of being commissioned to produce experimental and dynamic social media assets, I was approached by leading talent agency- Streeters and brought on board as a Multi-Media Artist.
Throughout my career, I have amassed a track record of consistently successful projects and client satisfaction. I have come to understand that this is in part due to the core beliefs that I stick by as an Artist and as an individual providing a service. Having these core beliefs have resulted in a lot of repeat projects and retainers from clients.
I have a wide range of self taught skills that I have honed over the years and I have a deep passion for learning more skills that I can add to my arsenal. I am a big believer in showing a high level of proficiency and quality in all disciplines, rather than a ‘jack of all trades, master of none’.
As social media platforms developed, I found that the ability to produce visual content across different mediums was very beneficial as it allowed me to be placed in different positions and has kept me in high demand. My diverse skillset makes me a lot more cost effective for clients to bring me into a project, producing video content as well as photography.
I am represented by world renowned, leading global talent agency– Streeters as a Multi-Media Artist.
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