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Hagan Music

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I have worked with Felix for a number of years on numerous projects and was required to produce something professional that showcases him as a Composer. Starting with a brand and then building to stationery and website we have produced something clean and simple with his monogram at the heart of it all. www.haganmusic.com
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Bonnie & Clyde

My second time directing a show and have a thoroughly wonderful time doing it. My technical team and I wanted something ambitious from the outset, to really showcase our collective skills. We started with our research and wanted the multi media aspects of the show to be accurate. We projection mapped aspects of the how that set scenes and also provided historical facts throughout. The sound effects were authentic, to the noises of the care and in complete 5.1 for the audience to be truly immersed in a gunfight. The artwork was created to highlight the violence and the love story at the centre of the piece. Almost a grin from Clyde and the demure femme fatale that is Bonnie, allow the artwork to be playful and evocative. Our leading lady was a blonde for the shoot and so I had to change the hair coloring post production (in order to be historically accurate) and we didn’t have the wig that would be used in the show at the time. I wanted to give the element of a threat by breaking up the title with the shotgun barrel coming through as though pointing at the audience.
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Jamie & Elen

Every now and then you get to do a piece of work for someone you are very close to and wedding stationery gives you the opportunity to do something really special. Based around the idea that Jamie and Elen will sometimes use “Olive” as a version of “I love” with each other formed the basis of the artwork. I created a pattern using some water colour images I had made of Olives and this became the concurrent theme throughout.
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Open Mic Night

The Musical Theatre Open Mic Night was setup by What We Did Next in 2010 as a way to showcase local talent in Liverpool and anyone visiting the city. With live piano accompaniment people can get up and sing whatever they want or just enjoy the performances in a friendly environment. The artwork is a always a tribute to the classics and at times a little tongue in cheek, but above all should make you want to come and sing.
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Rachel & Giles Wedding

I was asked to create the artwork for Rachel and Giles wedding stationery, in particular their save the dates and invitations. The wedding venue was to be at Oh Me Oh Me in the city centre and they wanted the artwork to reflect that, so I created a skyline based upon the three graces. I wanted to show a difference between day and evening guests, so I changed the colour scheme to suit.
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Sense of Sound

Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) commissioned Sense of Sound to produce a piece for the festival and Migration Music was created. A musical piece of theatre featuring an a Capella choir (Sense of Sound) that dealt with the power music can have in treating those with dementia. As a member of the choir I had the privilege to perform in the piece and create the artwork for the piece. My first piece of artwork to feature on the front of the Everyman Theatre. Momentum from the piece was followed up with a collection of workshops delivered by Sense of Sound and friends in a variety of musical styles.
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Carousel

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel at the Unity was my directorial debut for What We Did Next. I wanted to bring a simplicity to the production both visually and stripped back in musical arrangement to help concentrate on the performances given by my excellent cast. The artwork started with a paper model of a Carousel along with some fairy lights to create the bokeh effect in the photo we finally used. It made sense to tie in the link Liverpool has with the musical and include an alternative poster/flyer with “You’ll never walk alone” featured within the artwork. www.wwdn.co.uk/carousel-2014/
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Moving out

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The Guild is at the center of University campus and in the lead up to our refurbishment I created a campaign to highlight that we would be out of the building, and update the membership with details of the build at various points in the year, including a live feed of the work. I wanted to use iconic imagery that people would recognise while they were walking around campus and keep us in mind.
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2013-2014 Guild Campaigns / Events

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Collection of artwork for Guild events and campaigns from Aug 2013 – Jul 2014.
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Bat Boy: The Musical

Bat Boy: The Musical is about a half bat half boy who is raised by the family of the town vet, with extreme conseqences. I produced this show for What We Did Next and was responsible for the marketing and promotion in the build upto opening night. I wanted the artwork to be simple and add to the mystery of such a bizarrely titled show. www.wwdn.co.uk/bat-boy-the-musical/
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