Branding, Packaging Design, and Art Direction.
Product Photography by Sean Aickin
This project was inspired by scientific etchings, the American History Museum & my New York City adventures.
Limited prints and postcard sets available here.
Monogram design for Melbourne based photographer Melissa Cowan.
Honey Factory - A collaborative project put together by local Wellington talent. Hair - Mathias Te Moananui and Courtney Dougan MUA - Kerry Taylor Nails - Carra Deed from Dollybird, Clothing - Brooke Barrett, Styling - George Carey and Lizzie Langridge , Flash Jewelry - Nina Flash Gordon, Photography - Ashley Church from Dinosaurtoast, Illustration & Handdrawn Typography - Becca O'Shea, Models - Monica Buchan-Ng, Alexandra Bullot, Codey Jervis Special thanks to Ultra Shoes & Willis York.
Collaborative project with a collection of talented Wellington creatives.
Photography - Victor Huang
Model - Ella Esau
Make Up - Olivia Wild
Styling - Roanna Bell
What is kiwiana, and more importantly is it even relevant today? The current marketing of New Zealand culture is misconceived, it is dated in the form of kitsch and non-relatable.
“Unpacking Kiwi Picnics” is a non-marketable and subtle representation of New Zealand culture for New Zealanders. The visual elements of picnicking evoke nostalgic connections with our personal experiences, and the shared cultural trend. Picnics envelop many aspects of our culture such as our relationship with the land, our food culture, and the importance of family.
This book was part of a university major project 2010 and was the Best Awards 2011 Gold Pin Winner -Graphic Design Student Category.
Illustrations from a section of the Unpacking Kiwi Picnics (2010) book called "The Taxonomy of Picnics". Each Illustration identifies a type of picnic, which in turn envelopes different 'kiwi' personality.
The aim of this project was to evoke and explore the visual depictions of kiwiana, whilst removing the kitsch and tackiness of how it is portrayed in the mainstream media.
Series put together for "In Good Company" exhibition.
Combining elements of nature .