• Hotel barge Luciole: Website
  • Web design, photography, content, SEO and all front end developement
  • www.bargeluciole.com

I designed and built a responsive website for the Luciole using Bootstrap – a versatile method for building flexible websites for different screen sizes.

I have also been responsible for the website’s UI, UX, SEO, content and imagery.

I am self-taught in web-development, and now have an excellent understanding of HTML and CSS languages, with a basic understanding of Javascript and PHP.

  • Hotel barge Luciole: Infographics
  • Online

A scaled deck plan of the hotel barge Luciole, giving guests a clear understanding of the barge’s layout from the website and brochure.

  • Hotel barge Luciole: Brochure
  • Online

I rebuilt the brochure layout using InDesign and updated various elements from original designs by Tony Duncan-Smith.

I played a major part in writing the content, as well as photographing the imagery.

  • Hotel barge Luciole: Magazine adverts

Examples of full page adverts, used in 'France Magazine' and 'The Good Property Guide'

  • Ant Palmer, BBC's British Garden's in Time
  • Online

I produced various graphics for BBC producer Ant Palmer in the programme British Garden’s in Time.

For the example above: I converted the image from portrait to landscape. The foreground, middle ground and background were then separated and the spaces created were filled in - allowing for a camera to pass through in ‘After Effects’ creating a 2.5D effect.

  • Nick Sorbie

Logo design and a vector image for branding use.

Logo design and brand development for a web based developer

  • Maggoty Johnson, restaurant

Brand development, logo design and business card for a local restaurant.

An event poster created for the talented ‘Bibby’ piano duo.

  • Portebello Juice bar

Logo design competition entry for a juice bar on Portebello road.

  • Ama-gi bar

I designed promotional material for a bar in Kingston, requiring numerous posters, busniess cards and flyers, it was a great oppertunity to start understanding design.