My passion corresponds with all things film; from pre-production visuals to the script.
This large subject area enables me to also explore animation and study visual themes within film, specifically thrillers and their complex storylines. My main final year project exhibits my personal visual language as well as my creative writing skills. Forming a pre-production animation pitch document for my original proposed show named 'Vulpes Vulpes', my aim is to include relative story ideas from a diverse perspective whilst exploring current and cultural themes. Amongst this, I am able to produce storyboards, finished illustrations and short animatics/animations as a result of my interests and abilities. I like to call myself a visual storyteller because I believe there are many ways to illustrate, but ultimately I want to become a Visual Concept Artist and demonstrate my storytelling skills within pre-production in film, animation and television.
Placements / Work Experience:
Various freelance work in storyboarding and portrait illustrations
Photographer at TRIBAL Gem Fashion Apparel
Illustrator at Label Magazine (LSU Media)
Featured Photographer at Jungle Magazine
Logo Designer at Loughborough University Afro-Caribbean Society
Course interview volunteer at Loughborough University
Competitions / Awards:
Won a place on a Comic Illustration Course from The British Library and One KX, 2014
Personal project ‘Salience’ exhibited with Free Thinking at Free Range alongside Cass Art, 2015
'The Appraisal of whether an Audience needs to view a Film more than once: Analysing Complexity and Understanding in the Art of Cinematic Storytelling and its Visual Narrative Devices within selected Christopher Nolan Films.'