Graphic Design Portfolio

I am an artist working at the intersection between art and science and I am also a graphic designer with over six years of professional experience performing graphic design, pre-press, artworker, and printer roles.  I have experience working in-house with direct contact with customers, as well as working remotely. I use InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat, and Fiery Imposition software professionally, to design and amend artworks on both PC and Mac.
My knowledge as a printer is very valuable for graphic designer, pre-press and artworker
roles, as I understand how jobs are processed and how they need to be set up to be printed
and finished correctly. I advise companies on branding guidelines, and design and adapt for printing artworks produced in-house and by customers. The formats that I work with include brochures, catalogues, logos, business cards, a wide range of leaflets, posters of different sizes, roller and flag banners. 

Binding Art and Science, a Journey through Drug Design

Binding Art and Science is a workshop developed in collaboration with Dr Christelle Soudy (Francis Crick Institute), artist Bea Haynes, data scientist Ben Murray, and myself (Ben and I as Phenotypica).
The workshop responds to Soudy's research in drug design for cancer research. 

The objective of the workshop was to use Soudy's lab equipment to do the research, as a metaphor for the designed drug, and the public would have to construct the tumor cell around it. To make the tumor cell, we took the sequence of aminoacids of a real cancerous cell, that Soudy has already worked with, printed it onto paper and cut into sequences. 

The real aminoacids are similar in shape, so we made five groups that were representative of those, we assigned them geometrical shapes, and we cut on the CNC pieces of foam with those shapes.
In the workshop, people took a sequence printed on paper, select the aminoacid shapes on foam, write the aminoacid letter on the foam using a fluorescent pen and ass…

Upcoming exhibition from 20 September to 21 December 2018 - London

Thrilled to be exhibiting at the Grant Museum of Zoology, one of the oldest zoology museums in the UK! https://www.ucl.ac.uk/culture/whats-on/agonism-antagonism

Phenotypica at the Slime event, Institue of Making, UCL, London


Phenotypica at the Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London, March 2018