Back out with the awesome, Yelp at AM:PM, to find the best cocktail in Belfast! On the night there was 8 bars from around Belfast competing for the title, much like the Burger-off a few weeks ago. Well done to Zen for winning with their, ‘Clipped Wing Royale’ cocktail. Here are a few shots I […]
A while ago, my sister-in-law had asked me to design and print her wedding invites – Yeah, I am now finally getting round to getting this online now. It has been a crazy busy summer! The pressure hit me again – remembering how stressed out I got with my own wedding and the millions of concepts and versions of […]
Another night with back out with Yelp on their conquest to find to best burger in Belfast! The night consisted of seven chefs from seven restaurants all in one, cooking burgers in their own unique way for a panel of 40 judges and by the end of the night, would crown the king of the Belfast […]
Just back from a busy weekend with my wife, visiting friends and seeing the sites in London and Brighton. As always, we had an amazing time – I even had the stones to go up The Shard, even with my fear of heights – totally worth it. Here are some snaps from the weekend using my Fuji X100T.
Another, bigger job that I get to let loose on in the run up to the Queen’s open days, is one of my favourite jobs – the QU magazine. It is always a really nice guideline-bending magazine, packed with fun content, but this time it would be different, it would be printed! YEEEEEESSS!!! Previously, this magazine/guide had […]
Wwwwhaaaaaaat? A design post?! It’s been a while, I know. I have been extra busy at the moment coming up to the open days at Queen’s. Here is one of the jobs I had worked on in the lead up to it. The school of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering asked for a new campaign that would be […]
Astrophotography has always been something I have admired, but never reckoned I had the right equipment to do it, therefore I never really gave it much thought. Sure, I have a camera and a tripod and shutter release, but I probably need some sort of expensive filter or something… Right? After having a look on Lynda.com […]
A friend had asked for help for creating an identity for herself as a seamstress. Instantly, I had an idea in my head of how it would look – hand drawn, flowing and crafted to represent the effort and care that goes into all of the materials and products she makes. This is what I came up with.
Back again with Yelp at the their event at the premiere of the amazing ‘Jurassic World’ – There was even a make-up artist creating wounds before the show. Here are a few photos from the night.