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In the hugely-cluttered social media space, I welcome the challenge of creating visually-arresting, thumbstopping content for brands. Below is a snapshot of work created for global giant Foot Locker across a two-year engagement.
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Brisbane Lions - 2017 Club Champion
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Brisbane Lions - 2018 Club Champion
Brief: Develop the creative direction for the Brisbane Lions Best & Fairest Awards evening. Evolve previous years creative while ensuring players weren't featured in the hero artwork. Project included the execution of posters, website assets, social media advertising, eDMs, event program, winner social media graphics and overall event theming.
The Little Red Company - There's Something About Music
There's Something About Music is the highly-anticipated new production from award-winning production house The Little Red Company. Tasked with creating the visual identity for the show, I lovingly tipped my hat to a modern classic to create a clean and personality-packed launch campaign. The brand identity rolled out to online platforms & venue signage at Brisbane Powerhouse.
Foot Locker QV
Foot Locker's first Australian Power Store was modelled on the successful large-scale retail concept rolled out by the global athletic company across Europe, the US and Asia. As designer, I was responsible for concepting and creating all in-store graphics for the 773sqm store, including commissioning an original two-storey mural by Melbourne artist George Rose and illustrator Travis Price in collaboration with Eddie Zammit.
Tough Mudder - Australia's Filthiest Calendar
Client: Tough Mudder Brief: Design a limited-run, full-colour calendar which features 15 real-life humans for Tough Mudder Australia.
Foot Locker - Asics Shori Window Campaign
Foot Locker is famous for its exclusive, limited-release heat product. For Asics, my Asics Shori campaign was rolled out in-store and online, and distributed to Foot Locker stores across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Wynnum Fringe took COVID-recovery to new heights, transforming the bayside hub into a thriving cultural destination across three days in what was one of Australia’s first major outdoor events post lockdown. As a foundation partner, I concepted and created a lively visual identity for the brand and managed the rollout of a full suite of marketing and promotional materials.