A variety of promotional material for Aroha String Quartet.
Poster for “China Impressions” concert in Wellington, 2016 was created in the style of photographer Ka-Sing Lee.
TS-One is a passion project with designs crafted for those who support teams in the New Zealand national football league, as well as the all-round football fanatic.
Funds raised from t-shirts sales go towards football initiatives, like the Fever Dreams charity that helps families staying at Ronald McDonald House get along to Wellington Phoenix home games.
Yellow Fever, the unofficial supporters club of Wellington Phoenix F.C., and supporters of football in New Zealand.
Definitely one of the best dressed supporters groups in the A-League, the Yellow Fever have asked me for a number of designs to put on their distinctive banana yellow t-shirts since 2008.
The funds raised from t-shirts sales has helped fund several initiatives, most famously the Retro Ricki Scholarship which gave a talented young footballer the opportunity to train in the Phoenix’s professional environment for a week.
The Hammers & Horsehair 2016 concert tour, which featured musicians Douglas Mews (fortepiano) and Robert Ibell (cello), toured a mammoth 19 cities and towns throughout New Zealand, one of the largest tours I’ve done promotional material for!
In 2018 Douglas and Robert toured with soprano Rowena Simpson, taking in 20 centres around New Zealand.
When international football fixtures roll in to Wellington, the Yellow Fever rebrand themselves as White Noise to cheer on both our Mens and Womens national teams.
And of course they need some clobber to mark those rare (and generally big) occasions.
“Sumner Lovin’” was a limited edition t-shirt created in the run up to what would be the New Zealand Men's Football team's second ever appearance at the FIFA World Cup Finals in South Africa, 2010.
Steve Sumner was the captain of the 1982 New Zealand World Cup Squad, the first and only other time the All Whites have qualified for the finals.
“Din at the Tin 3” was a limited edition t-shirt created for the All Whites World Cup 2018 Qualifier against Peru in Wellington.
Collateral for Q Theatre's 2016 performances of Briefs, "the world's hottest all-male boylesque circus spectacular".
We also did a super-cool street campaign with branded briefs! Check out some of the photos >here<
Wellington Tornadoes Soccer offers training and tours for aspiring football players aged 14-16.
When the various age group teams tour through the United States to play and see the American college system first hand, obviously they need something to wear. These are a few of my t-shirt designs to make them look and feel like a team both on and off the football pitch.
"Citizen Q is a boutique café, restaurant and bar in the heart of Auckland’s CBD arts precinct.
Unlike any other hospitality venue in Auckland, Citizen Q fuels the art that happens around it. 100% of the profits generated from our kitchen and bar goes toward supporting what happens on the stages at Q Theatre."
I was asked to work a little design magic on a bunch of posters and banners to help promote Citizen Q's delicious menu to the Auckland public.
The 44 page duotone souvenir programme was created to celebrate Michael Houstoun’s reCYCLE concert series in 2013; playing all 32 of Beethoven’s piano sonatas, over 40 recitals, in 10 centres throughout New Zealand.
A selection of my favourite bits and pieces I've designed over the years.
Fallout Festival 2014’s Fallout Boy and his tobogganing friends were illustrated by Anthony Liu.
Any and all Chamber Music New Zealand work was created while I was the in-house Print and Design Administrator.
Making a marque.
Based in Nelson, the Centre for Fine Woodworking is New Zealand’s premier woodworking, furniture making and design school.
Taking inspiration from the fine craftsmanship of past students and the tools they use, we developed a marque that speaks to the precision and elegance of wood working – the “chisel” element having a face at 30 degrees and hollow ground – and a design that could be easily translated on to materials like wood or leather.
The NZBIO logo needed a refresh to better reflect the organisation as it stood and its future ambitions - lean & streamlined, independent, and focused on its members from all areas of the biotech industry.
Midland Distributors needed a brand refresh, and working with the team at Malarky Brand & Media, I helped develop this clean, fresh logo for them.
The “Chamber Music Contest” is an annual contest for high schoolers run by Chamber Music New Zealand. This logo was created to tie in with CMNZ’s other branding, and was completed while I worked as their in-house designer.