Exploring the evolution of sexist insults used on women who are deemed powerful in society for a symposium at the Royal College of Art, through analysis of the word 'Bitch'. 50 nouns and phrases were disseminated
from internet media.
Typographic tattoos were created for the public to decide if they identified with these terms as a tongue-in-cheek 'badge of honour'. (Below)
Shortlisted entry for the D&AD New Blood Awards '14, receiving an
In-Book Award. The brief was for online clothing retailer asos.com, to imagine what was next after street style and increase customer traffic online.
See it featured on the website here.
A short fashion film series self-directed, produced, and styled for luxury lifestyle & fashion boutique
The Shop at Bluebird,
Kings Road, showcasing
their eclectic product and
With thanks to:
An audiovisual mashup created for a symposium presentation at the Royal College of Art, exploring the varied use and meaning of the word 'Bitch' in the music industry. Using outsourced music overlaid onto the music video 'Work Bitch' by Britney Spears. I do not take credit for the content.
A book designed and hand-bound on the study of femininity through hands, exploring this concept through pre-20th century Paintings, Disney, Porn,
and Barbie hands.
Photography and letterpress
posters, for the beginning
of a black-and-white
personal series, intended
for sale as prints.
A self reflective poster
based on a descriptive
quote. This comes from
a school report, stating:
"Little acts of boldness, such as perpetual use of eye makeup, demonstrate that there is an ego in there somewhere."
A collection of unique dedications secretly torn out of books and novels from various bookstores and charity shops in London. Over 100 original book dedications were stolen to collate 10 individual limited-edition books.
Poster design for a visiting lecture at the Chelsea College of Arts by the founders of Riposte Magazine, Danielle Pender and Shaz Madani.
[ in progress ]
A project for the Varley
Memorial Award at the
Royal College of Art,
to create a reformed
of dynamic women
from the Persian Gulf.
Various mixed media collages
A film inspired by a quote by French film director Jean-Luc Godard. "Photography is truth, and cinema is truth 24 frames per second".
Parts of the film were created by scanning in double exposure photographs from a lomographic analogue camera, merged together to create a stop-frame effect. Modelling & acting by Tamara Quaddoumi.
Below: Outtake photography