My graphic design work for Bristol University started way back in 2009. I am one of the very few freelancers who have made the ‘official supplier’ status at the University, most are full-stack design agencies. I have worked alongside both academics and key staff to produce a broad range of advertising and marketing materials, for both internal and external use.
A majority of my work has involved graphic design promoting STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and their associated departments. I have produced Large Format Posters, Rollup Banners, Flyers, Brochures, Stickers, Power Point presentations, all following the strict brand guidelines (where required).
I have also developed the branding for several key outreach projects. One of which engages a younger audience to become the next generation of aspiring engineers. Find out more about the Digimakers project.
I hope to continue my work for the University of Bristol as it never fails to produce a diverse and unique set of design challenges that I relish.
Bristol consistently ranks in the world’s top 100 and UK’s top ten universities in league tables that draw on information about both research and teaching excellence. Find out more about the University of Bristol at bristol.ac.uk.