A conscientious multi-disciplinary designer, my practice blends the analogue with contemporary applications to bring a dynamic, human feel to my visual output. My practice often analyses our interaction with mass media and questions the messages we receive through this.
These pieces are the result of an exploration into the social movements of hustle culture and slow living. The work addresses the emotional effect of 24/7 productivity, aiming to bring a personal and real perspective in the form of five different opinions that sit alongside re-published essays, original photography and visual exploration. In order to access hidden information, the reader must rip through the perforated pages, thereby slowing down and forcing themselves away from the all-consuming speed of post-modern life.
“To declare the value of slowness in our work, in our personal life, in public life, is to promote a position counter to the dominant value-system of ‘the times’.” - Wendy Parkins & Geoffrey Craig (Slow Living)