Two posters which are a part of a series of posters celebrating the sharing of culture between India & Pakistan.
A magazine created for young women showcasing women of colour in the creative industry.
Alice: Through the Looking Glass
A project where I played the role of the creative director to create a book based on the original 'Alice: Through the Looking glass' script. Front cover designed by Eve Cowan and I.
A look into 'Muse Magazine' & 'Alice: Through the looking glass'
A look into 'Alice: Through the Looking Glass'
As a graphic designer and illustrator with a hyphenated identity, I draw a lot of my inspiration from the multiculturalism in my upbringing. It is frequently laced with personal, cultural or subtle mechanisms to reinforce meaning and intention, whilst also upholding an individual design aesthetic.
I believe that my background helps to cultivate a unique perspective in my work and allow me to not only develop designs which are visually pleasing, but also interesting and effective. My background has also made me more aware of cultural research, so whenever I travel I tend to gain a lot of inspiration for my projects. Which, in return, gives my outcomes an authentic touch. In conjunction with my experiences as a freelancer and graphic design student, studying fashion in New York has also given me a taste for the high-pressure, fast-paced environment. I have become enabled at balancing multiple projects at once, whilst maintaining a focused, contentious attitude and eventuating highly considered outcomes. I also have a new found appreciation for graphic design in fashion. Looking towards the future, I hope to continue developing my skills in graphic design and illustration, and somewhere along the line, combining these with my skills in fashion and textiles to create my own sustainable clothing brand.
Fashion: Sewing & Construction - Parsons School of Design: A* BTEC Diploma Art & Design: Distinction Silver Arts Award: A*
Freelancer (July 2016 - present)