(01) INTERLACE Interior & food

The Interlace series took inspiration from the concept of the modern “nest”, resulting from a personal examination of the duality of creation through destruction. The process emphasized a reconstruction motif, whereby no object deviated too far from its origin, whilst assuming a new identity.
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Photography
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Creative Direction




(02) GREY Editorial

The Grey: showcase was prepared as a main feature in a fictitious fashion magazine. A male model was explicitly presented to play on gender norms, celebrating a non-binary approach to fashion, bending and blending the status quo, empowering androgynous styling.
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(03) WORTH Experimental

The experimental series, entitled “worth” began as an attempt at self-induced body positivity. The exploration that ensued, paired with unconventional props, allowed a degree of playfulness I found to be liberating, which ultimately led to a refreshing outlook on self imagery.
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(04) MISH MASH CLASH Ecommerce

Mish Mash Clash was created with the intent of selling a seasonal colour palette of five colours, meaningfully selected to uplift consumers ahead of the Spring fashion season. The shoot was produced as a fashion and beauty feature for an instore magazine, boasting a mish-mash of bold patterns and prints.
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(05) PORTRAITS Assorted

Capturing vulnerability in those around me, exploring their characters from such a third party perspective provides a level of anonymity I enjoy in a lot of my work. In such an intimate setting, it’s hard not to appreciate the relationship formed between those on either sides of the lense.
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 (06) PRODUCT Photography

A series of product shots were produced to showcase a variety of merchandising techniques, from the abstract to narrative. The series incorporates a variety of sensory motifs in such a way as to best capture the product story. This was achieved through a combination of world building and the application of textures and colour, applied to playful abstract concepts employed to draw focus. 
Styling
Photography
Image editing
Set design
Creative Direction
Product design & sewing