Driving solutions to the threats facing Australia’s reef, the Great Barrier Reef Foundation works to help protect coral reefs and the animals that depend on them. I designed a publication to help raise awareness and sponsorship of their reef initiatives, using vibrant photography and clean typography.
As one of Australia’s leading research Universities, Griffith University tasked me with designing a publication to promote their higher research degrees and centres. The result was a bold, sleek design reflecting Griffith’s cutting-edge postgraduate offerings and the University’s strong visual identity.
Powerkids is a multi-sensory, creative play program for children aged 0–5 years, combining storytelling, music and visual arts in fun, play-based activities. I drew upon childhood motifs and illustrated fun characters to create an engaging visual identity and collateral for this hugely popular weekly event.
Talking Ideas entertains, inspires and fosters debate; addressing issues that inform our times and shape our lives. As a new series of events, I created a unique brand identity – reflecting the spark of imagination and curiosity – used across printed postcards, bookmarks, venue signage and social media.
Celebrating the year-end, this signature summertime festival serves up a spectacle of weird and wonderful acts spanning music, magic, circus, burlesque and comedy. Inspired by the themes of surprise and delight, I designed the inaugural festival brand and rolled it out across the program brochure, venue and outdoor signage, and print and digital advertisements. Wonderland Festival is now in its eighth year, and the original visual identity is still being used to draw in the crowds.
MELT is a sizzling celebration of queer arts and culture – with a mix of theatre, cabaret, music, visual arts, storytelling, forums, panels and conversations. I designed the eye-catching inaugural festival branding and campaign artwork, drawing upon fresh, fun and frisky motifs. Six years since its inception, the MELT brand is still wooing audiences across Australia.