This project comprised a video advertisement for a local baking company bakemydayhomebaking.com. This video was to attract more customers by showing the baking process in a seductive and perfectionist way to suggest luxury, self-indulgence and quality. Promotional photographs for future commercial use were also produced.
This project output is a book which discusses how young people in Ireland define their gender identity. The book was inspired from Aristophanes Speech from Platos Symposium, a passage where the first sign of the 'in between' of the sexes came into place. The purpose of this book is to communicate the different gender identities and show the personal story of each individual to gain more understanding of a subject that is not black and white. The book is based on first hand interviews and personal accounts. Also included is a glossary of terms and various flags to signify different gender states.
This is the first of a number of promotional projects for this artist. The logo and identity were devised following discussions with the artist to get a feel for the person and the image she was trying to present to ensure the brand identity was authentic and fitted the requirement. The output was the logo design with the emblem, choice of colours, proportions, printface as well as the embossing all contributing to the unique identity. Business cards using the logo and identity were designed by me with production outsourced. An album cover is in process.
Promotional Photographs for Hope Craft Brewery, Dublin event with The Kemp Gallery.
See on website: http://hopebeer.ie/2017/05/23/hope-beer-kemp-gallery/
SPIRASI is a humanitarian, intercultural, non-governmental organisation that works with asylum seekers, refugees and other disadvantaged migrant groups, with special concern for survivors of torture. In partnership with others, SPIRASI enables access to specialist services to promote the well-being of the human person and encourages self-reliance and integration into Ireland. Four awesome music acts came together to raise money for a great cause and promotional photographs were taking of these acts and the atmosphere created on the night.
Personal Projects done with musician/ sound designer Lauren Ní Chasaide
behealthy:b9 is a brand identity for a vitamin brand aimed at women who are planning a pregnancy, women who are currently pregnant and women after their pregnancy. behealthy:b9 aims to promote the importance of taking folic acid, a b9 supplement that prevents neural tube disease. The identity is designed with the concept of reassurance, safety and health the most important traits to be communicated through the design which features soothing contrasting colours, contoured print style and curvy shapes to mirror pregnancy.