– Lunar Voyage, a catalogue for Tom Hammick’s show of woodcuts at Flowers Gallery, New York. The metallic cover used type I constructed based on the NASA logo
– Number 32 a Sketchbook Diary, produced to coincide with By Beck Road 19, as part of Open House London 2019, for artist Mikey Cuddihy’s show
– Towards Night, a catalogue for an exhibition at the Towner Gallery, Eastbourne
– Implemental part of a series of booklets and flyers produced for the Implemental Charity, who work with different governments around the world to promote good mental health and wellbeing
– Improving Asthma… the National Institute of Health’s information about developing an online asthma control assessment tool for children, to be implemented across the NHS
– Tate Britain booklet about services from the education department
– ARC Handbook support, resources and guidance available to researchers
– adverts and promotional brochures for companies
– Tower Hamlets consultation documents for an urban regeneration project working to improve the lives of communities
– NIHR magazine for people using the services
– Introducing the Institute of Psychiatry one of many initiatives from the department to communicate its work and structure
– No Kidding! a title produced and published by the small company I set up with a partner, it was distributed free to seven- to eleven-year-old children through schools for five years.
– Labour Party Lewes, East Sussex
– Lunar Voyage Tom Hammick at The Drawing Schools, Eton College
– Night Animals Tom Hammick’s work at Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London
– Domestic Creatures Samantha Cary at Eagle Gallery, London
As a freelance designer I work across a wide range of institutions, producing material for print and screen. Clients include arts organisations – including national museums and galleries – charities, campaigns, small to medium size businesses, urban regeneration projects, academic organisations and the NHS. As part of a small team I set up, developed and maintained a website containing information for family members and friends of people with an illness that resulted in the symptoms of psychosis. Funded by The Wellcome Trust, it was developed with the help of researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (part of King’s College London), and mental health professionals working at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
Currently I work freelance within the National Institute of Health Research that works to improve health and social care in South London. The communications team and I produce printed and digital information distributed to academics, healthcare workers and the public.
Much of my work is with artists, poets and musicians. This includes setting up, designing and maintaining websites and producing different kinds of publicity material online and for print. I design album covers and posters for musicians and bands and design as well as working with individual artists and galleries to produce books, catalogues and newsletters.