Rumour Records – Print Media Design
At Rumour Records , a project which I’m a founding member of, It has been my responsibility to manage the promotional print media and event photography.
Our latest event took place on the 6th December at the Firestation Arts Centre, Windsor.
Using a street art photograph which was taken in Shoreditch for the background, I applied various filters and gradient patterns in Photoshop, and then used Illustrator to Image Trace the band logos and convert them to vector image layers.
This was an enjoyable project for me, and the first time I’ve ever sent anything to print. Hopefully this will not be the last time I work on a project of this nature.
My latest indulgence is photography. Armed with my trusty camera, a few lenses, and the experience gained from a few evening college courses, I can often be seen running around snapping pictures of the world passing by.
My current favourite subject to capture is street art. I find the colours to be very dynamic, and with a quick play in Adobe Photoshop I can enhance this even more. I’m also looking to start playing with some event photography at some point, hopefully in the near future.
Should you wish to use any of my photographs, please don’t hesitate and get in touch through the Contact Us page.
Monster Raving Loony Party @ Occupy London
This is a video put together through a collaboration between myself and What’s Next Entertainment, which was intended to be used for the Monster Raving Loony Party’s London Mayoral election campaign. The footage wasn’t filmed by me, but after a lot of hunting through, I found the best bits and popped them together to form this. We didn’t actually publish this to their channel in the end, but it shows what can be done with some old camcorder footage and a few hours work in Adobe Premiere.
As an aside, does anyone else find that St Paul’s looks lonely without the tents there?