Each year the forum Gamesbids, dedicated to following the Olympics, hosts a logo design competition. This year's edition was to design a logo for the 2026 Winter Olympics which will be hosted in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo - the first time two cities will formally host the games together. This was my entry.
Work & ideas I've handcrafted
As part of my work helping to redevelop South Bank Students' Union, I totally redesigned the union's visual identity. As a new distinctive brand, rooted in the union's location at the heart of London's Elephant and Castle, the new design has helped the union better engage with students.
An international network of progressives, Global Progress releases regular publications about the state of politics and the world around us. I've designed two of their most recent series'; 'Insurgents' and 'In the Pandemic's Wake' looking at the future and roadmap for the centre-left in the 2020s.
As the home for progressives in the British Labour Party, Progress wanted to refresh its image. Working with their leadership team I developed a set of ideas steeped in the history of the organisation and the party to create and refine a new bold and exciting brand that matched its ambitions for the future.
With austerity continuing to rip local communities in half, councils are struggling to survive. I helped the Labour Local Government Association Group launch the 'Councils At Breaking Point' campaign by designing a striking visual identity to support their political organising.
Having successfully campaigned for LGBT+ rights in the UK for many years, LGBT+ Labour, the Labour campaign for equal rights, had outgrown its existing brand. Helping the organisation redefine itself for the modern era, I designed a new visual identity that was distinctive within the movement.
At a time when the majority of people think politics is broken, Together is an idea for a new movement to reform the UK's political system by putting more power in the hands of people and communities across the country. Utilising a striking purple, this was the visual identity I designed.