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My 3D design skills were initially formed studying Architecture at university. Mainly using SketchUp and Photoshop, I can create realistic visuals to help the client understand the space.

See below for a selection of 3D Design, Branding and Architecture projects.

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Meta Stand

The brief was to design stands for two consecutive trade shows, with the core elements to be stored and reused for future use.

The central pillar was designed to demonstrate the Quest headsets, while leaving sufficient space for meeting areas and information points in the tight square meterage.

Brixton Bar

An interior design project in partnership with a rum brand, the brief was to create London's most instagrammable toilets with a Cuban twist. 

Pastel colours, jungle foliage and broken wall textures juxtaposed with fine golden touches to create a unique space.

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As Creative Director, I was responsible for the creation of the brand, logo and website. GALE is a subscription service of high-grade masks and hand sanitiser, delivered to your door.


It was important to the client to keep the look and feel professional yet friendly, trustworthy and informative. 

The Shala Series

A passion project. In our Shala (meaning a home or safe space in which shared experiences take place) we create supper clubs around the world, combining my design and events skills with my partners exquisite talent in the kitchen.

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Studying architecture at the University of Manchester has helped me obtain a vast understanding of 3D design and spatial awareness, as well as structural mathematics and knowledge of different materials. One of the core elements of my design work at this time became physical model making and photography.

Notting Hill Carnival

My role as Carnival Artistic Assistant for the renowned Ray Mahabir lead to winning 1st Prize for costume design.

Most of the work took place in the South London art centre, organising a number of arts council funded creative events for the local disadvantaged community as well as more up-market events in PopBrixton.

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