I’ve had the amazing opportunity to design a logo for a rental company in a ski resort in Canada, BC. I have gained a lot inspiration from living and working in Canada for the last few months and this particular ski resort is so beautiful. I am very lucky to be experiencing such a wonderful place. This logo is going to be on the company’s branded t-shirts and hats as well as their website and other marketing purposes. See pics below.
I am in love with how this print I designed has turned out in Kite’s new collection for AW22. It depicts some very happy polar bears playing with the snow and having a little snow ball fight! I remember this was the first baby sample that came into the office when I was their in-house designer and it was the cutest thing! See it pictured below. It’s hard to pick my favourite print from this collection but this one definitely stands out for me.
I’m going to be a freelance designer from today. Please contact me through the contact tab at the top of my website or via email: email@example.com.
I have over 5 years experience working in the fashion industry for men, women and kids apparel. I also have experience in marketing and designing fonts. I use illustrator for my designs and can create seamless repeat patterns that are multi-directional or one way. I also have experience in graphics for apparel and marketing purposes, as well as embroideries, checks, and appliqués.
My first post in a while… I’ve been pretty busy!
Firstly, I graduated in July with a First Class Honours in Printed Textiles (super happy).
Afterwards I did some temporary summer work and was about to do an internship in London when this amazing opportunity came along….
I now work for Brakeburn, a clothing brand situated in the UK. I’m their in-house Assistant Print Designer and I’m really enjoying it! It’s been a great couple of months so far, the highlight so far has been helping out at the photo shoot for their A/W 18 collection last week.
In other news… I’m still finding some time to paint, and considering buying a massive easel so that I can get back to doing some big expressive stuff.
I’m also thinking of creating some funky products, (pillows spring to mind!) from some of the designs I made at uni (watch this space), If anyone would like to buy one of my paintings or would be interested in any of my designs from my website please let me know!