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Design & Typesetting
Most of the design work I’ve done in my professional life has been posters and booklets, but of course it is true that any graphical work, including photography, painting and illustrating has elements of design.
I have included here some of the occasional adverts for museum open days and courses I produced during my work placement at the National Museums Liverpool and my time volunteering at The Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The spread at the bottom right is taken from the popular publication of the A2 excavations in Kent by Oxford Archaeology, for which I also produced all the site and artefact photography and even helped excavate the spectacular Roman grave shown in the picture.
I have included a section from one of a set of WWII themed paper aeroplanes that I made for an Oxford Archaeology open day at RAF Hornchurch, which were made to keep children occupied while their parents looked through the exhibition there.
My own personal projects make up the remaining examples I have chosen, including a protest poster that was, for a time, to be seen in half the street windows in Jericho, Oxford.
Across the top of the facing page is the cover and a spread from my book, Roundography, which I self-published in 2012 and sell from my website and Amazon.