Tell us about where you worked before Framework
Before joining Framework, I previously studied at Grantham College for two years which brought upon my love and passion for digital design and graphics. After college, I studied at the University of Lincoln for three years developing my skills in typography, digital design, and a multidisciplinary mindset.
What’s something you’re most proud of?
A few achievements that I’m super proud of was when one of my book designs got shown in the Book Arts from the School of Design Project Space Exhibition and when I was in my third year in University and got awarded a MISTD (Member of International Society of Typographic Designers) 2021, for my Invisible Cities book design as well as being awarded a yellow creative crayon for excellence in typography by the University at the end of my third year.
What are your professional and/or personal aspirations?
My main goal within the next five years is to be able to learn as much as possible with every new project and challenge that comes through and develop as a designer every day.
Do you have any hobbies?
When I’m out of the office, you can probably see me on my mountain bike or going for long walks in the countryside getting as much fresh air as possible. I also love traveling, photography, listening to music, and the occasional gaming sesh.
What is an interesting fact about yourself or your best party trick?
An interesting fact about me is that I’ve never been to a barber for a haircut and I learned to cut my own hair which became particularly helpful during the pandemic and lockdown!