Textile commission for ArtSac, the Leeds based bag designers.
'Antiquities' a small book made on my Masters at the RCA. The books illustrations explore the effect this is having on the Middle Easts’ cultural heritage, and how the purchase of such antiquities is enabling war and funding death in the Middle East.
It was shortlisted for the Victoria and Albert Student Illustration award.
Ongoing project working with the dancer Ffion Cambell-Davies. Using movement and collage to explore notions of loss and transition using shapes and gesture.
Wild Combination is a new London party that aims to build bridges across different dance music styles in unexpected ways.
Ongoing project working using collage to inspire moving collage. Riso printed book of collages responding to the theme of loss and absence.
A clip from my animation interpreting the short story Levitation by Jo Mazelis from her short story collection Ritual, 1969.
Wild Collage by Emily Evans is a project inspired by the walking tours of George Borrow and the writing of W.G Seabald . Emily travelled across north the Norfolk coastal path using a mixture of ritualistic walking and taking the ‘Coast Hopper ‘Buses. Equipped with a utility apron and pulling trolly of materials Emilys lone walk explored memory, and the ritual of walking and in-situ collage as a way to explore grief.
Experimental riso-printed book working with the apocalypse quote from Omen
Typeface design inspired by dance and connection.
Artwork for Olindo records. Album artwork for Insólito UniVerso their album La Candela del Río. Including single artwork and animated promo.
An illustration that was part of a series exploring the pain of divorce from a child's perspective.
Poster collages exploring dance and representing movement.
Illustration and animation project exploring the Frankenstein Narrative
A large scale collaboration with the artist Lakwena. Commissioned by Galerie Ernst Hilger in Vienna
On going project based on feelings of melancholia
My illustrations for Dance of Life – Tales from Church Street
This book and exhibition were part of a collaboration between Church Street residents and students on the RCA Visual Communication Illustration Pathway, in partnership with the London Print Studio. Twelve stories were drawn from the lives of storytellers living in and around Church Street Market in Marylebone, depicting both real life and imagined experiences. After working closely with the storytellers on individual spreads in the book, we designed the publication and curated the exhibition.
The story I was given to work with was ‘Dreams of Dance’
Series of Animations for Bellatrix’s Album release
A experimental zine telling a transformative story that happens on the full moon!
A series of illustrations as responses to excerpts from Keith Vaughans journals. A project from my Masters at the RCA and as part of the situated practice ‘Archive’ which collaborated with the Tate Archive
In our current political environment, I think it is important to explore and discuss events and activities can create intangible feelings of connection and unity. As part of my project I decided to talk to people about the feelings that dancing creates. Something that is quite hard to do. However, I found the way people describe these intangible feelings became very poetic. Sometimes clunky language, sometimes really descriptive and sometimes sometimes short sentences said everything!
I was asked by Ambit Magazine to illustrate the short story 'Fireman's Carry' by Steven Heighton.
Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally.