Multidiscplinary creative
with experience working with charities, grassroots groups and volunteer campaigns to
use creativity as a force
for change.   

‘Power to the Printshop’ is a poster campaign demanding equality in the modern art and design industries based on research into equal pay and opportunities for creative women in the 21st century. The campaign was supported by a research publication and a custom headline typeface based on signs from the first Women's Liberation March, 6 March 1971.
Brief / Speculative print project  
Role / Graphic Designer, Screen Printer
Format / Print [large - format / leaflet / editorial], Typeface design