"When Kody and Jesse hit the road with their rucksacks packed and thumbs raised - a funny thing happened. They didn’t die, they weren’t kidnapped and they didn’t swelter in the desert because “no one picks up hitchhikers anymore”.
In November 2013, Kickstarter had just launched in Australia and Kody and Jesse wanted to utilise its potential. Their frustration with the stigma surrounding hitchhiking and their sense of adventure led them to the idea of crowd funding a hitchhiking trip around Australia.
This book documents the places they went and people they met."
We All Sleep The Same
WASTS is an ongoing photography project that attempts to tackle various stigmas through images of people sleeping.
The idea being that despite the differences in our lives and regardless of who we love, we're all human and we all sleep the same.
The Power of Discomfort
Visual branding for The Kindness Effect's workshop 'The power of discomfort' - A workshop for those wanting to embrace life and all the chaos that comes with it.
Inconsistent kerning juxtaposed with warm colours help depict the conflicting feeling of comfort that can eventuate from unease.
Cup of Kings
Cup of Kings is a ridiculous party game that we conceived in the midst of seemingly endless benders and wild house parties.
Late 2015 we launched a successful Kickstarter campaign that helped us fund the initial production of the game and get it into houses all around the world.
Logo developement and business card design for Gelato establishment Droop.
I wanted to design something playful and minimal that would depict the phrase 'be kind'.
An ice cream literally giving away a piece of himself despite knowing that it will almost certainly lead to his demise is the ultimate form of altruism.
Holistic Functional Movement
Holistic Functional Movement specialises in Yoga and meditation alongside bodyweight focused personal training.
They approached me to help develop branding that was minimal, iconic but still payed homage to their holisitic roots.
The very lovely and talented Griya invited me on a three day tour across regional Victoria to help capture the essence of their time on the road. In true rock and roll fashion we blew all the bands weekly income on coffee and cheap wine.