Of 72 people included in the 2012 Forbes Most Powerful People in the World list, only 6 of those were women. Five of those were political leaders. This is a dodgy photograph of the research into these women. Printed on clear tracing paper, printed in layers on the photocopier, to show the many layers and unfinished nature of gender equality…or something like that.
First risograph looking at role models and contrasting the tweets of Hillary Clinton and Kim Kardashian. Hint: only one of them says something intelligent.
Photos of final Radio piece, responding to a weeks worth of Woman’s Hour on Radio 4
I was asked to design an Rennie Mackintosh inspired wedding invitation with a modern twist. I liaised with the bride over the design period and helped layout their Order of Service too.
As a wedding present for the couple, I hand embroidered the same design onto a cushion to commemorate their big day.
50 PHOTOS -
We had to use an analogue film camera to take 50 photos relating to a list of 50 words and phrases. From these 50 photos, we were asked to respond.
My response was based on the fact that I didn’t like a great deal of my photos, so I chose the 8 I liked least and catalogued 8 ways to destroy them.
We were given a random library book number and read the book that corresponded to that number within Bristol Central Library.
After a number of day tasks, we were asked to respond to our book. The book I got was called ‘The UK Economy Today’. My response was that the title of the book made it immediately out of date when published, let alone 20 years later when I picked it up at the library.
I created this newspaper to show some of the biggest differences from the book to the present day.
Printed by The Newspaper Club
Produce an A5 zine/publication responding to my personal interpretation of Weston-super-Mare.
I noticed the theme of addiction, both with visits to the seaside and with objects, activities and food that you get whilst there.
I used half pages cut to hide and then reveal the content of the next page to keep the reader interested.
SHIPPING FORECAST -
Brief was to listen to the Shipping Forecast on the radio, and create a response.
I embroidered three sou’wester hats with definitions of some of the words they used in the broadcast, as I found them quite difficult to understand.
Cover ideas for the Explore brief.
Been briefed to take 10 B&W photographs for a preparatory task for Uni, and I’ve become a bit obsessed with it.
Photos taken at Ashton Court and one of my cat, George.