The body can be mapped in layers, from the skin to the bones. Anatomically we are all identical, we are all made up of the same base structures. Yet every body maintains individuality. Body parts can become defining features of the individual, becoming descriptive factors that are identifiers of the individual.
This life-sized print attempts to investigate the parts of the anatomy that lend identity towards the artist.
Life-sized Artist Portrait // Silkscreen on Canvas
Monotony of Time
Partaking in an exchange at Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary I was thrown into Canadian culture and one of my first briefs was to create four typical Canadian landscapes.
Voices & The Finacial Times Weekend Magazine Editorial Illustrations
Block Printing // Pigment Marker
An exploration of how the re-arrangement of the same imagery and the excess or limit of it can alter the perceived meaning of the piece.
Ink Fine Liner
Influencing an Audience
A proposal for a poster campaign educating young girls of the dangerous cost of eating disorders. The tagline "Weight isn't the only thing you'll lose" is intended to encourage individuals to think about the negative consequences that accompany extreme weight loss.
The colour palette and soft illustration invite people to engage with the posters rather than employing scare tactics.