The Union is a well established, modern British restaurant set in a beautiful 15th century building at the heart of Rye. The restaurant focuses on seasonality and celebrating British produce as much as possible.
Project: The Union Rye
Field: Identity
Year: 2021
Work in progress – Ubiquitous Sans. A typeface formed from the raw average data of ten sans-serif typefaces. Made variable using Python. And soon will allow the user to define their own weight, accurate to six decimal points, by walking towards or away from the specimen, using an Ultrasonic Sensor and an Arduino Uno.
Project: Ubiquitous Sans
Field: Typeface
Year: 2020
Work in progress – a typeface I'm developing as part of The Plough's rebrand. Overwhelmed with where to start when drawing custom display type I decided to define the stroke width with a paint roller and the typeface's bounding box and dimensions with sheets of A2 paper. The roller allowed for smooth curves and free line drawing, leading to a number of drafts and variations.
Project: Roller Sans 
Field: Typeface
Year: 2020
Commonplace is a behind the scenes book of texts that inspired Übersetzen. It features various texts on and around the subject of translation and provides an insight into the research process that lead to Übersetzen, the collaborative publication featured below.
Project: Commonplace
Field: Editorial
Year: 2019
Myself, Finn Davies, Dom Johnson and Jake Martin built a collection of wooden pallet furniture for Grilljam, a three day food festival at Copeland Park. The event was sponsored by Goose Island and Flying Goose so some of the pallets were sprayed with their respective logos.
Project: GrillJam
Field: Product
Year: 2019
Übersetzen is a series of 18th Century poems translated by myself and my school German teacher, Tim Armstrong. The original German text was visually translated by a German fine artist, Lara Laeverenz. While the English translated text was visually translated by an English illustrator, Ben Shepherd Barron. It is unbound and falls open to a blank centrefold where the book must then be rotated to be read in the next language.
Project: Übersetzen
Field: Editorial
Year: 2020
Shell – Ware is a way of reusing crab and lobster shells discarded by the Dungeness Snack Shack. The shells were ground to a fine powder and added to a small amount of stoneware clay as grog. Parts of the shells burnt out when fired, leaving black speckled marks throughout the pots. The plates and bowls replaced the single-use plastic coated card in use before.
Project: Shell – Ware
Field: Product
Year: 2019