It was great fun to photograph this lovely organiser / storage bag from Handmade by Nabara, a vegan and eco-conscious accessories brand created by Andrea Gotz. My aim was to showcase the product in “real life” use around the home, which was easy to do for such a stylish and versatile product!
So how do we choose a name for our business? Of course, you can Google “brand name generator”, toss in a few keywords
My 4 year old daughter is a bath bomb fanatic. The shimmer, the designs, the fizz, the way it changes the colour of the water
People often use “brand” as a nickname for “logo”. But a brand is more than a logo – it’s all thing that make up your
This UK-based enamel badge manufacturer was a perfect match for my love of pins and puns! Luckily for me they fell in love with my rambling and rambunctious writing style and I was invited to provide copy for some of their product collections and social media posts.
Hard-hitting grunge was a natural direction to take the rebrand of this nutritional supplement product line aimed at body-builders and hardcore gym-goers. Taking their existing urban feel and running with it, I constructed the logomark, hunted down some edgy stock photography and forged it all together in a rough and gritty packaging design with a bit of an up-close biology vibe.
Steampunk, Discworld and Dragons! I was thrilled to be able to break out my Photoshop skills to bring these fantastical events to life, and the highlight was creating an ancient book of sponsorship lore for Maidstone Museum’s exhibition on Paul Kidby, renowned for illustrating Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books. The concept and execution was my own idea and it turned out even better than I could have hoped!