I created this image for Living Links, an Irish charity offering emotional and practical support to those bereaved by suicide. This weekend (Sunday 29 June, 3pm) there will be a Remembrance Event at Brigit’s Church, Killeshandra, Cavan for family and friends who have lost a loved one to suicide.
Open City Docs Fest 2014 took place last week and it was truly an inspiring and entertaining few days. You can check out the full list of nominees and winners on the OCDF site. Big congratulations to all the filmmakers and the Open City team for making such a great festival.
Open City Docs Fest 2014 launches today. The festival is now in it's fourth year and I am happy to say it's also my fourth time to work on the art direction and visual identity. I'm looking forward to the opening gala this evening which will be followed by a screening of "The Auction House: A Tale of Two Brothers" taking place at the Bloomsbury Theatre.
Below are a couple of pictures from the press launch a couple of weeks ago or to get a moving picture of what's in store for this year's festival, take a look at the very cool trailer which was created by Simon Ball.
Here are a couple of images from the Pocket Places Peckham Spaces event which took place along Rye Lane over the weekend. It was a great event and was vey well received by the local community. Well done Hannah!
Pocket Places Peckham is a 2 year project for Sustrans (sustainable transport charity) involving the creation of temporary and semi-permanent interventions around Rye Lane in Peckham, South London. The culmination of this project is a community event taking place along Rye Lane on Saturday 7 June. I was commissioned to create a poster, booklet and a series of maps and signs for the event. http://pocketplacespeckham.wordpress.com