BLOODYENDIT
BRIEF: 1 in 10 women and girls in the UK cannot afford sanitary products. How can we raise awareness on this issue? CONCEPT: The campaign aims to raise awareness as well as calling to action the policy maker. Menstrual products should not be a luxury but rather a right for everyone. Through the campaign is also highlighted  how unfair is making luxury something needed for hygiene and health.
FOUNDATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
[Internship work at Spencer DuBois]
PERFECTION IS OVERRATED
BRIEF: Aiming to tackle food waste, I focused on one of the reasons for which people throw away edible food: its imperfections CONCEPT: In a society where perfection is constantly promoted... perfect food becomes what to aim for.
VIRTUOUSYCLE
[Creative Conscience Silver award 2019] BRIEF: A project born after reflecting about how fast fashion is complicated to tackle as cheap prices are attractive enough to make us forget about what already is into our wardrobes. CONCEPT: I wanted to change people mindset when it comes to buying, by tackling the issue at its origin. I wanted to promote the idea of mending rather than through old clothing away.
EDITORIAL DESIGN
Misleading advertisements can cause issues in social behaviour, but if it is used correctly can become strategic weapons.
BLUEBEARD
[Children's book illustrations inspired by a French folktale]
EDUCATIONAL BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS
[Watercolour and pen on paper]
HEAVEN AND HELL
[Children's book illustrations inspired by a Chinese fairytale]
BUD
[Idea for a start-up] BRIEF: Designers spend their lives solving other people’s issues. What about when they encounter difficulties, how supported they feel to be? CONCEPT: According to the statements given, the design industry still lacks attention to work-life balance. I wanted to promote the importance of it, helping employers to support it.
ILLUSTRATION SERIES
[Acrylic, Pen, Coffee & Beetroot juice on paper]
PROOF OF LOVE
[Children's book illustrations inspired by an African fairytale]
ENVIVO
[Internship work at Spencer DuBois]
SFAA BRANDING
BRIEF: Southwark Food Action Alliance is a network of community-focused on fighting food poverty.
ART & ILLUSTRATION
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