Thanking
Andrew Haslam
Marion Morrison
Mike Bond
Kieran O’Connor
Paul Jenkins
Zelda Malan
Malcolm Kennard
Marcus Leis Allion
Cathy Gale
Kieran Gallear
Pali Palathavanan
Rebecca Davies
Rachel Davies
Charlie Murphy
Designing
Charlie Sims
Lizzie Reid
Olivia Charlesworth
Sam Part
 
Website
Kia Tasbihgou
 
Headshots
Charlie Dennis
 
Printing
Ex Why Zed Limited
87 The Sycamores
Milton, Cambridge
CB24 6XJ
 
Promoting
Melita Gandham
 
Curating
Zoë King
Propella Woodward Gentle
Helping
Candid Arts Trust
The Cotswold Brewing Co.
Oakwood
Vita Coco
Fever-Tree
 




Candid Arts Trust
3-5 Torrens Street
London
EC1V 1NQ
Private View 18.6.14
6pm - 9pm
General View:
19.06.14 - 23.06.14

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Adam Parton

I am an idea and concept-based designer, where problem solving encompasses my ethos and working methods. A fantastic idea can’t simply rest within the mind, but must be brought to life through collaborative practice and un-restrictive mediums.

ajwparton@hotmail.co.uk
cargocollective.com/adamparton
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Alice Lund Thorsen

I am a design communicator who enjoys working across a range of mediums whilst specialising in publication design. I have an extensive understanding and working knowledge of crafting techniques and materials. Over the course of my work in London, I have executed projects ranging from assembling a sci-fi fanzine to creating embossed luxury brand toilet paper.

alice@alicelt.co.uk
alicelt.co.uk
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Amy Webster

I have an immense curiosity and a thirst for knowledge. I seek patterns, anomalies and inefficiencies in the everyday. I am continually surprised by the outcome of the projects I am involved with, and it’s this unpredictability that thrills me the most.

amyroseww@hotmail.com
arwdesign.com
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Anna Barton

I produce design that is both thoughtful and playful, resolved in outcomes that are straightforward and uncluttered. I employ a range of visual approaches to create design that is often print-based, working off-screen as much as possible.

hello@annabarton.co.uk
annabarton.co.uk
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Anna Hendy

Whilst my subject matter is defined by ethics, my practice as a designer and art director is defined by the idea.

annahendy@hotmail.co.uk
annahendy.com
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Barbara Ryan

In my practice I like taking moments and experiences (often dull ones) that may be glanced over, and creating celebrations of the ordinary. I enjoy making in all respects and am happy to venture and experiment with new mediums and techniques when appropriate. I’m always up for a challenge and new collaborations!

hello@barbarafrankieryan.com
barbarafrankieryan.com
×

Ben Pender

I like highly evocative, sensory, and emotive works. High beyond the shoulders of knowledge, is the vast playground of the unknown. Here lies the realm of creativity – where anything is possible. This is where I’d like to live, grow old, and make films for the rest of my life.

ben@dojo.works
dojo.works
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Caroline Moen

I see myself as a multidisciplinary designer who loves to be a little silly, but silly with a purpose. I like to think and wonder (a lot...), and I like to make people start thinking and wonder too – or notice, being provoked or inspired through subtle, poetic, humorous or affecting approaches.

lolloline@gmail.com
lolloline.com
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Caz Owen

I’m a socially minded idea generator and all round creative thinker. I’m passionate about using design to ‘do good’ – be that on a local or global scale. When I’m super famous, I want to be quoted saying “I have lots of ideas, they’re not always good, but sometimes they’re bloody brilliant.”

hello@cazowen.co.uk
cazowen.co.uk
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Chantal Marson

I am open to collaboration and working within any format. This allows a greater chance to work with new, underexplored subjects and technologies. I find this unpredictability particularly exciting especially in these relentlessly changing times dictated by ever-evolving communication media.

chantalmarson@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/thisischantal
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Chardy Miller

Global communication is my curiosity, the gateway to connecting the masses. Using communicative design, I promote positive behaviour change by playfully correcting or exaggerating miscommunications to provide a platform for conversation. I draw attention to and exaggerate these to allow the sharing of information and the creation of knowledge equality through design.

ch@rdymiller.co.uk
chardymiller.co.uk
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Charlie Dennis

An editorial and commercial photographer specialising in portraiture and 3D object design. Portraiting is a collaboration with subjects, and we shoot for a picture that stands up and speaks for them when they’re no longer in the room.

studio@charliedennis.net
charliedennis.net
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Charlie Sims

Multi-disciplinary designer, with a passion for data based work. I believe form follows function; while aesthetics are a result of, and informed by, my research and process.

hello@charliesims.co.uk
charliesims.co.uk
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Chris Godfrey

Thinker, maker, doer.

hello@chrisgodfrey.me
chrisgodfrey.me
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Clare Stevenson

As a conceptual bookbinder, working with my hands allows me to understand the characteristics of each individual material before they become part of a book. It also allows me to create an entirely unique book, as no other hands would tackle the bind in exactly the same manner as I would.

clarelstevenson@gmail.com
clarelstevenson.com
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Daniel Keeffe

Interactive design creates a conversation between a piece of communication and the audience. I strive to maintain this level of engagement with my work by providing experiences that leave a lasting impression.

hello@danielkeeffe.co.uk
danielkeeffe.co.uk
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David Bhalla

For a long time I worried that I was fickle, but eventually I discovered the confidence that comes with adapting your practice. I have Kingston to thank for that.

hello@davidbhalla.co.uk
davidbhalla.co.uk
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David Sandford

At Kingston I’ve had the chance to create work through many disciplines. I trust physical processes over digital, working alongside computers rather than relying on them. I have a mild obsession with sustainability. I’m excited by collaboration. I’m obsessed with music. The unknown thrills me.

davidsandford91@gmail.com
dfsandford.com
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Ed Wong

I am the creative offspring of British and Chinese culture who believes in breaking the boundaries and challenging oneself to create exciting new visuals with a touch of imagination.

cartooneddy@gmail.com
cartooneddy.com
×

Emil Mniszko

My work seeks to scrutinize, question and challenge the environment and systems we construct, or have constructed. Using techniques such as future-gazing, I question the potential ramifications of current socio- political or technological trends; or to reflect on current trends and systems.

emil@mniszko.com
mniszko.com
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Felix Nicolay Günzler

My practice is a way of expressing philosophical thoughts on life, my surroundings and other people. I often work within print and type, but I also enjoy adventurous ideas that can go beyond those lines. My interests lie in geometry, the universe and meaning within space, text and images.

hello@felixgunzler.com
felixgunzler.com
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Francis North

Titling myself as the 11th Earl of Guilford. Writing an intricate essay on toothbrushes. Sitting in a £30 million Apache helicopter. Vacuum packing flowers. Revisiting bird house architecture. Shooting hour long camera obscura portraits. Establishing and designing online exhibitions. Designing criminal typefaces. Making a gun-shaped hot water bottle. Photocopying type to death.

hello@francisnorth.com
francisnorth.com
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Frankie Lippa

My practice focuses on photography with a strong interest lying in the subject of race and culture, particularly the Black Diaspora, all through the use of portraiture. My work stems from a curiosity on a subject that isn’t fully accessible compared to other documented historical events.

frankie_lippa@hotmail.co.uk
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Gabriella Marsh

I hope to create design that solves real people’s problems. With every project I aim to identify the root of the problem and then change the environment to enable people to carry out their lives in an improved way: “There is no such thing as disability – just poorly designed objects”.

gabriellamarsh@hotmail.com
cargocollective.com/gabriella_marsh
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Hamish Ryde

I hope you enjoy my work, for more info please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

hamishryde@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/hamishryde
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Hari Deakin

I was lead to believe Graphic Design and sport don’t mix. But three years and an undefeated league win later, it doesn’t matter whether I am on a pitch or in the studio, people will be at the heart of everything I do.

harrietdeakin@gmail.com
harideakin.com
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Harriet Weeks

I am quite obsessed with waste, recycling and resourcefulness. My long-term aim is to change opinions about materials – I believe they should be used and reused until they fall apart in your hands... then put to another use. This needn’t be something only do- gooders embrace but, with good design, this should become the norm.

harrietweeks@hotmail.com
harrietweeks.com
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Jace Harrison Crowley

Motion graphics and interaction design.

jace@harrisoncrowley.com
harrisoncrowley.com
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Jack Belford

I’m a young designer and director. My work is often darkly comical, drawing inspiration from my childhood and memories. It is a mishmash of both 3D prop work and film, that both tie with normally un-PG themes that can be absurd and a little alien.

jbelforddesign@gmail.com
jackbelford.com
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Jack Beveridge

I think with my hands, my pen, and my head. Combining bold ideas with a brutal simplicity.

hello@jackbeveridge.com
jackbeveridge.com
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Jade Kent

I like design that is playful.
I like design for enjoyment.
I like design that makes you smile.

jadekent@hotmail.co.uk
jadekent.co.uk
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James Green

Director, DOP, Photographer and Editor. My work is defined by original narratives and driven by dark, satirical, and often surreal humour. My backgrounds and training have given me a clear focus on conceptual thinking and storytelling, but also retaining a keen eye for detail and strong, cinematic imagery. See, I always said I could be serious.

mail@imjamesgreen.co.uk
imjamesgreen.co.uk
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Jason Suri

What fascinates me about design is the idea of creating something out of nothing and the fact that my brain never stops thinking about ideas and projects that will make a difference. As a designer I have always been able to tackle projects that take me out of my comfort zone, to be a risk taker and to achieve the unexpected.

jason.suri@gmail.com
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Jazzy Bui

Born in Hanoi. Spent my teenage years in Melbourne. Currently living in London. Hoping to move to anywhere else after graduation. Have a huge interest in fashion. Obsessed with the smell of books and paper. Eating too much brioche that my head is turning into clouds.

thanhzero21@gmail.com
jazzybui.com
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Jeanette Stonex

The concept of reaching out to a greater audience is highly evident through my work. It focuses on both informing and educating rather than imposing a particular point of view. Through a combination of Photography and Graphic Design I strive to inspire a specific feeling or thought-process within my audience.

jeanettstonex@gmail.com
jeanettstonex.wix.com/portfolio
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Joe Sánchez

I use design to communicate, speculate and to improve. I aim to prompt questions by observing particular areas of society and the way we live our lives, and how these areas can be improved or draw attention to them through playful yet informed and sensible solutions. Material-lead insights and processes are key to my practice.

jpdsanchez@hotmail.com
joesanchez.co.uk
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John Ingle

Lens based work is a form of expression that’s captured my enthusiasm immensely. My education within Graphic Design has given me a unique perspective, allowing me to be unconfined to the many models and rules that exist within film and photography, letting my own untainted intuition determine what is right and wrong.

john.ingle@me.com
johningle.co.uk
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Jon Quinnell

Design influences, informs and shapes us all. I believe it can positively improve the world. With key interests in branding, corporate identity and product packaging, I utilise sculpture, paper engineering and cardboard constructions, and maintain an interest in motion graphics. A client- focussed perfectionist with a tenacious eye for detail.

jpquinnell@hotmail.com
jonquinnell.com
jpqdesign.com
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Josh Dean

I ask myself frequently why we need to design even more products in an already saturated world. This has often troubled me, until I matured into an understanding that design can be a catalyst to change the way people think, feel and act.

josh.dean@mac.com
joshdean.co.uk
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Joshua Lake

Kingston teaches you how to think. I try to question and challenge everything I do. Which is why I don’t like sticking to one outcome, instead, I attempt to realise my ideas in many different forms; 3D, print, film, anything goes. I simply attempt for my work to make you think, and therefore question.

hello@joshua-lake.com
joshua-lake.com
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Josh Williams

I am a multi-faceted designer with a keen interest in publication design. I employ an experimental, logical and hands-on approach to find relevant solutions to any problem thrown at me.

jj.williams@hotmail.co.uk
josh-williams.co.uk
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Katia Hall

I am happiest when gathering first hand research from real people and translating insights into new exciting concepts. I enjoy working with unconventional processes and subject matter and thrive in collaborative situations. I see opportunity in everything.

katia_hall@hotmail.co.uk
katiahall.co.uk
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Kia Tasbihgou

Drawing, using and subverting typography, developing book design and producing print ephemera are my poisons.

“Beauty is the fit, the appropriate, the serviceable character well rendered.”

– Jean François Millet

hello@kiatas.me
kiatas.me
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Kirstie Ballard

My interests as a designer lie particularly in branding and identity, giving personality to objects and businesses through a variety of mediums. My practice of identity often leads towards a digital nature but still also considers and links to non-technological methods of working and communicating, often combining both.

kirstieballard@hotmail.com
cargocollective.com/kirstieballard
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Laure Guery

I am a young French woman who came to London seven years ago to study English. I fell in love with the city and chose to study Graphic Design; as visual communication is a vital universal language in our ever- changing digital world. I hope my designs will highlight important causes and help improve the quality of people’s lives.

laureguery@hotmail.com
laureguerygrafik.com
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Leigh Richmond

Beyoncé enthusiast and cat lover. Interested in publications and hand-made objects. GSOH. Likes combining functionality and personality. Dislikes dull colour palettes.

leighrichmond@outlook.com
leighrichmond.com
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Lizzie Reid

Things I’ve learnt at Kingston that I hope to take elsewhere; optimism, determination, collaboration, deliberation, the importance of a sense of humour and the confidence to tackle big issues.

lizziereid@hotmail.com
lizziereid.com
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Lottie Boniface

Enthusiastic young designer with a GSOH seeks job in social design ONO. Likes helping others, blue cheese, parks and recreations, world news and making nice things. Long term relationship intended.

lottie.boniface@googlemail.com
lottieboniface.com
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Lottie Fry

I’m an insightful person so I tend to start my projects with truths and observations that I can add to or fix. This also means I don’t enjoy designing without direct aims or incentives. I am a perfectionist with my work, I aim to leave no stone unturned.

lottie.j.fry@gmail.com
lottiefry.co.uk
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Louise Delves

A lover of objects and publications with a curious approach to process and practice.

hello@louisedelves.com
louisedelves.com
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Luke Evans

“Trying is the first step towards failure.”

- Homer Simpson

hello@luk-e.com
luk-e.com
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Marianne Hanoun

“Get a good idea and stay with it. Work at it until it’s done right.”

- Walt Disney

mariannehuk@aol.com
cargocollective.com/mmh
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Markella Hadjijoseph

A London based visual communicator, born and raised in Cyprus. Socially aware and politically engaged, I am a photographer and design communication practitioner who strives for creative design solutions in order to inform, criticise and engage in current political, social and economic issues.

markella-@hotmail.com
markellahadjijoseph.com
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Melita Gandham

I can use gradients really well on inDesign.

clubbin@meli.club
meli.club
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Milly Bruce

I love starting projects because you never know where they will end up. My approach is lead by experimentation and process. As a result, my varied outcomes are a reflection of the different mediums that I explore, which suits me because I find diversity exciting. I really enjoy what I do and I hope that people can see this through my work.

millybruce@live.com
millybruce.com
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Milly Nicholson

I enjoy adapting and changing for every brief. In a world full of visual ephemera, extra effort needs to be made in order to stand out. For this reason I like my work not only be understood by the passive observer but also engage with, provoke a response from and even be influenced by an audience.

e.millynicholson@gmail.com
millynicholson.me
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Miranda Dixon

My design practice sees its social impact as the primary motivation. The nature of my research stems from my fascination with social systems, and the way that they manifest themselves; in the layout of our communities, the aesthetics of our built environments, and the way we live and interact. I like people and places.

miranda.fc.dixon@hotmail.com
mirandadixon.com
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Nancy Bissell

If it’s not related to lipstick, cats or tea, I’m probably not interested. However, when it comes to creating something, I’ve always believed that the crazier the idea the better. I enjoy working to create the impossible using a variety of different media, and I’m what you’d call a perfectionist.

me@nancyvelvet.co.uk
nancyvelvet.co.uk
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Natalie Hopson

I thrive off finding beauty in surprising places Working with the ethos “if you look twice, you see more,” I present outcomes that challenge and encourage others to look twice, beyond their internal surroundings. I am driven by taking the complex and communicating it simply for others.

hello@nataliehopson.com
nataliehopson.com
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Oliver Long

“What still marks out British Art is essentially a certain crapness, a refusal of ease and slick- ness in favour of angularity and harshness.”

– Owen Hatherley, Militant Modernism, 2008

hello@oliverlong.eu
oliverlong.eu
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Olivia Charlesworth

As long I continue to broaden my skills and perspectives on design whilst in the company of exceptional people like I have at Kingston, I’ll be happy.

hello@oliviacharlesworth.com
oliviacharlesworth.com
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Propella Woodward Gentle

I work instinctively with my hands and enjoy the company and contribution of others on a project. Kingston has taught me that there is no limit to what can be achieved in a day.

ewoodwardgentle@googlemail.com
propellamermaid.com
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Rhys George

Image maker, photographer and screen printer. I am drawn to projects that have strong conceptual ideas behind them and that can be realised through clear visual metaphors, allegories and imagery. I enjoy opportunities where I can combine and dovetail all my interests and creative outlets together as one.

hello@rhysgeorge.eu
rhysgeorge.eu
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Sam Part

I am an ideas based designer with a can-do attitude. I believe a good idea is a shared idea and that a combination of intelligent insights supported by a team of well-led and motivated people create successful and intriguing outcomes.

hello@iamsampart.com
iamsampart.com
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Sam Smith

“Brain cells are lit. Ideas start to hit / Next the formation of words that fit / At the table I sit, making it legit / And when my pen hits the paper. Ahh shit!”

– Big Daddy Kane, 1988

sam.t.smith@me.com
samtsmith.co.uk
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Scott Carthy

Explorer.

scottjcarthy@gmail.com
scottcarthy.co.uk
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Steffan Glynn

The majority of my time is spent playing with technology. The gap between creator and consumer is closing as our access to information expands. Global communities of individuals are pushing the boundaries of hardware – from 3D printing to virtual reality. It’s an exciting time to be a designer.

steffanaronglynn@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/steffanglynn
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Thom Swann

I embrace constant research in an effort to produce outcomes that engage and reflect contemporary societal issues. Primarily I work with publications, type-design and identities, aiming to create work that is both critical and accessibly functional. My main interests are in historical understanding, the human in design and local identities.

thomswanndesign@gmail.com
thomswann.co.uk
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Tom Glendenning

Traditional skills offer a raw, more human quality that cannot be achieved in purely digital mediums, which is why I’d love to become a pro at spoon carving or something like that.

tomglendenning@hotmail.co.uk
tomglendenning.com
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Tom Manning

Google me. I can be found just below the anarchist, the American football player and the murderer.

info@thomasmanning.co.uk
thomasmanning.co.uk
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Tom Shearing

My creative process is similar to the green screen process. I start with the subject front and centre, delivering the message. The background is where secondary content lives, this is the journey of the message. This is where anything goes_

tom@dojo.works
dojo.works
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Tristan Cluett

Turning mouse traps into swings. Inflating books. Photographing the modern additions to gothic revival. Combining Feng Shui and Car Valeting. Making concrete chairs from road sweepings. Photographing a car show and ignoring the cars. Attending every cycling event in London. Noticing miniscule chaos. Taking photos in GTAV.

tris.cluett@googlemail.com
tristancluett.co.uk
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Zeus Rodman

I am a designer and a person, who is searching for things to play with. I like materials, I like colour and I like pondering.

zeusrodman@gmail.com
zeusrodman.com
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Zoë King

Having a particularly strong interest in design discussion has led to projects with a focus on creating platforms in which to hold discourse about design. I believe this to be very important within design education.

hello@zoeking.eu
zoeking.eu




Names  /  Posters
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Adam Parton

I am an idea and concept-based designer, where problem solving encompasses my ethos and working methods. A fantastic idea can’t simply rest within the mind, but must be brought to life through collaborative practice and un-restrictive mediums.

ajwparton@hotmail.co.uk
cargocollective.com/adamparton
×

Alice Lund Thorsen

I am a design communicator who enjoys working across a range of mediums whilst specialising in publication design. I have an extensive understanding and working knowledge of crafting techniques and materials. Over the course of my work in London, I have executed projects ranging from assembling a sci-fi fanzine to creating embossed luxury brand toilet paper.

alice@alicelt.co.uk
alicelt.co.uk
×

Amy Webster

I have an immense curiosity and a thirst for knowledge. I seek patterns, anomalies and inefficiencies in the everyday. I am continually surprised by the outcome of the projects I am involved with, and it’s this unpredictability that thrills me the most.

amyroseww@hotmail.com
arwdesign.com
×

Anna Barton

I produce design that is both thoughtful and playful, resolved in outcomes that are straightforward and uncluttered. I employ a range of visual approaches to create design that is often print-based, working off-screen as much as possible.

hello@annabarton.co.uk
annabarton.co.uk
×

Anna Hendy

Whilst my subject matter is defined by ethics, my practice as a designer and art director is defined by the idea.

annahendy@hotmail.co.uk
annahendy.com
×

Barbara Ryan

In my practice I like taking moments and experiences (often dull ones) that may be glanced over, and creating celebrations of the ordinary. I enjoy making in all respects and am happy to venture and experiment with new mediums and techniques when appropriate. I’m always up for a challenge and new collaborations!

hello@barbarafrankieryan.com
barbarafrankieryan.com
×

Ben Pender

I like highly evocative, sensory, and emotive works. High beyond the shoulders of knowledge, is the vast playground of the unknown. Here lies the realm of creativity – where anything is possible. This is where I’d like to live, grow old, and make films for the rest of my life.

ben@dojo.works
dojo.works
×

Caroline Moen

I see myself as a multidisciplinary designer who loves to be a little silly, but silly with a purpose. I like to think and wonder (a lot...), and I like to make people start thinking and wonder too – or notice, being provoked or inspired through subtle, poetic, humorous or affecting approaches.

lolloline@gmail.com
lolloline.com
×

Caz Owen

I’m a socially minded idea generator and all round creative thinker. I’m passionate about using design to ‘do good’ – be that on a local or global scale. When I’m super famous, I want to be quoted saying “I have lots of ideas, they’re not always good, but sometimes they’re bloody brilliant.”

hello@cazowen.co.uk
cazowen.co.uk
×

Chantal Marson

I am open to collaboration and working within any format. This allows a greater chance to work with new, underexplored subjects and technologies. I find this unpredictability particularly exciting especially in these relentlessly changing times dictated by ever-evolving communication media.

chantalmarson@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/thisischantal
×

Chardy Miller

Global communication is my curiosity, the gateway to connecting the masses. Using communicative design, I promote positive behaviour change by playfully correcting or exaggerating miscommunications to provide a platform for conversation. I draw attention to and exaggerate these to allow the sharing of information and the creation of knowledge equality through design.

ch@rdymiller.co.uk
chardymiller.co.uk
×

Charlie Dennis

An editorial and commercial photographer specialising in portraiture and 3D object design. Portraiting is a collaboration with subjects, and we shoot for a picture that stands up and speaks for them when they’re no longer in the room.

studio@charliedennis.net
charliedennis.net
×

Charlie Sims

Multi-disciplinary designer, with a passion for data based work. I believe form follows function; while aesthetics are a result of, and informed by, my research and process.

hello@charliesims.co.uk
charliesims.co.uk
×

Chris Godfrey

Thinker, maker, doer.

hello@chrisgodfrey.me
chrisgodfrey.me
×

Clare Stevenson

As a conceptual bookbinder, working with my hands allows me to understand the characteristics of each individual material before they become part of a book. It also allows me to create an entirely unique book, as no other hands would tackle the bind in exactly the same manner as I would.

clarelstevenson@gmail.com
clarelstevenson.com
×

Daniel Keeffe

Interactive design creates a conversation between a piece of communication and the audience. I strive to maintain this level of engagement with my work by providing experiences that leave a lasting impression.

hello@danielkeeffe.co.uk
danielkeeffe.co.uk
×

David Bhalla

For a long time I worried that I was fickle, but eventually I discovered the confidence that comes with adapting your practice. I have Kingston to thank for that.

hello@davidbhalla.co.uk
davidbhalla.co.uk
×

David Sandford

At Kingston I’ve had the chance to create work through many disciplines. I trust physical processes over digital, working alongside computers rather than relying on them. I have a mild obsession with sustainability. I’m excited by collaboration. I’m obsessed with music. The unknown thrills me.

davidsandford91@gmail.com
dfsandford.com
×

Ed Wong

I am the creative offspring of British and Chinese culture who believes in breaking the boundaries and challenging oneself to create exciting new visuals with a touch of imagination.

cartooneddy@gmail.com
cartooneddy.com
×

Emil Mniszko

My work seeks to scrutinize, question and challenge the environment and systems we construct, or have constructed. Using techniques such as future-gazing, I question the potential ramifications of current socio- political or technological trends; or to reflect on current trends and systems.

emil@mniszko.com
mniszko.com
×

Felix Nicolay Günzler

My practice is a way of expressing philosophical thoughts on life, my surroundings and other people. I often work within print and type, but I also enjoy adventurous ideas that can go beyond those lines. My interests lie in geometry, the universe and meaning within space, text and images.

hello@felixgunzler.com
felixgunzler.com
×

Francis North

Titling myself as the 11th Earl of Guilford. Writing an intricate essay on toothbrushes. Sitting in a £30 million Apache helicopter. Vacuum packing flowers. Revisiting bird house architecture. Shooting hour long camera obscura portraits. Establishing and designing online exhibitions. Designing criminal typefaces. Making a gun-shaped hot water bottle. Photocopying type to death.

hello@francisnorth.com
francisnorth.com
×

Frankie Lippa

My practice focuses on photography with a strong interest lying in the subject of race and culture, particularly the Black Diaspora, all through the use of portraiture. My work stems from a curiosity on a subject that isn’t fully accessible compared to other documented historical events.

frankie_lippa@hotmail.co.uk
×

Gabriella Marsh

I hope to create design that solves real people’s problems. With every project I aim to identify the root of the problem and then change the environment to enable people to carry out their lives in an improved way: “There is no such thing as disability – just poorly designed objects”.

gabriellamarsh@hotmail.com
cargocollective.com/gabriella_marsh
×

Hamish Ryde

I hope you enjoy my work, for more info please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

hamishryde@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/hamishryde
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Hari Deakin

I was lead to believe Graphic Design and sport don’t mix. But three years and an undefeated league win later, it doesn’t matter whether I am on a pitch or in the studio, people will be at the heart of everything I do.

harrietdeakin@gmail.com
harideakin.com
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Harriet Weeks

I am quite obsessed with waste, recycling and resourcefulness. My long-term aim is to change opinions about materials – I believe they should be used and reused until they fall apart in your hands... then put to another use. This needn’t be something only do- gooders embrace but, with good design, this should become the norm.

harrietweeks@hotmail.com
harrietweeks.com
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Jace Harrison Crowley

Motion graphics and interaction design.

jace@harrisoncrowley.com
harrisoncrowley.com
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Jack Belford

I’m a young designer and director. My work is often darkly comical, drawing inspiration from my childhood and memories. It is a mishmash of both 3D prop work and film, that both tie with normally un-PG themes that can be absurd and a little alien.

jbelforddesign@gmail.com
jackbelford.com
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Jack Beveridge

I think with my hands, my pen, and my head. Combining bold ideas with a brutal simplicity.

hello@jackbeveridge.com
jackbeveridge.com
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Jade Kent

I like design that is playful.
I like design for enjoyment.
I like design that makes you smile.

jadekent@hotmail.co.uk
jadekent.co.uk
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James Green

Director, DOP, Photographer and Editor. My work is defined by original narratives and driven by dark, satirical, and often surreal humour. My backgrounds and training have given me a clear focus on conceptual thinking and storytelling, but also retaining a keen eye for detail and strong, cinematic imagery. See, I always said I could be serious.

mail@imjamesgreen.co.uk
imjamesgreen.co.uk
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Jason Suri

What fascinates me about design is the idea of creating something out of nothing and the fact that my brain never stops thinking about ideas and projects that will make a difference. As a designer I have always been able to tackle projects that take me out of my comfort zone, to be a risk taker and to achieve the unexpected.

jason.suri@gmail.com
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Jazzy Bui

Born in Hanoi. Spent my teenage years in Melbourne. Currently living in London. Hoping to move to anywhere else after graduation. Have a huge interest in fashion. Obsessed with the smell of books and paper. Eating too much brioche that my head is turning into clouds.

thanhzero21@gmail.com
jazzybui.com
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Jeanette Stonex

The concept of reaching out to a greater audience is highly evident through my work. It focuses on both informing and educating rather than imposing a particular point of view. Through a combination of Photography and Graphic Design I strive to inspire a specific feeling or thought-process within my audience.

jeanettstonex@gmail.com
jeanettstonex.wix.com/portfolio
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Joe Sánchez

I use design to communicate, speculate and to improve. I aim to prompt questions by observing particular areas of society and the way we live our lives, and how these areas can be improved or draw attention to them through playful yet informed and sensible solutions. Material-lead insights and processes are key to my practice.

jpdsanchez@hotmail.com
joesanchez.co.uk
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John Ingle

Lens based work is a form of expression that’s captured my enthusiasm immensely. My education within Graphic Design has given me a unique perspective, allowing me to be unconfined to the many models and rules that exist within film and photography, letting my own untainted intuition determine what is right and wrong.

john.ingle@me.com
johningle.co.uk
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Jon Quinnell

Design influences, informs and shapes us all. I believe it can positively improve the world. With key interests in branding, corporate identity and product packaging, I utilise sculpture, paper engineering and cardboard constructions, and maintain an interest in motion graphics. A client- focussed perfectionist with a tenacious eye for detail.

jpquinnell@hotmail.com
jonquinnell.com
jpqdesign.com
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Josh Dean

I ask myself frequently why we need to design even more products in an already saturated world. This has often troubled me, until I matured into an understanding that design can be a catalyst to change the way people think, feel and act.

josh.dean@mac.com
joshdean.co.uk
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Joshua Lake

Kingston teaches you how to think. I try to question and challenge everything I do. Which is why I don’t like sticking to one outcome, instead, I attempt to realise my ideas in many different forms; 3D, print, film, anything goes. I simply attempt for my work to make you think, and therefore question.

hello@joshua-lake.com
joshua-lake.com
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Josh Williams

I am a multi-faceted designer with a keen interest in publication design. I employ an experimental, logical and hands-on approach to find relevant solutions to any problem thrown at me.

jj.williams@hotmail.co.uk
josh-williams.co.uk
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Katia Hall

I am happiest when gathering first hand research from real people and translating insights into new exciting concepts. I enjoy working with unconventional processes and subject matter and thrive in collaborative situations. I see opportunity in everything.

katia_hall@hotmail.co.uk
katiahall.co.uk
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Kia Tasbihgou

Drawing, using and subverting typography, developing book design and producing print ephemera are my poisons.

“Beauty is the fit, the appropriate, the serviceable character well rendered.”

– Jean François Millet

hello@kiatas.me
kiatas.me
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Kirstie Ballard

My interests as a designer lie particularly in branding and identity, giving personality to objects and businesses through a variety of mediums. My practice of identity often leads towards a digital nature but still also considers and links to non-technological methods of working and communicating, often combining both.

kirstieballard@hotmail.com
cargocollective.com/kirstieballard
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Laure Guery

I am a young French woman who came to London seven years ago to study English. I fell in love with the city and chose to study Graphic Design; as visual communication is a vital universal language in our ever- changing digital world. I hope my designs will highlight important causes and help improve the quality of people’s lives.

laureguery@hotmail.com
laureguerygrafik.com
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Leigh Richmond

Beyoncé enthusiast and cat lover. Interested in publications and hand-made objects. GSOH. Likes combining functionality and personality. Dislikes dull colour palettes.

leighrichmond@outlook.com
leighrichmond.com
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Lizzie Reid

Things I’ve learnt at Kingston that I hope to take elsewhere; optimism, determination, collaboration, deliberation, the importance of a sense of humour and the confidence to tackle big issues.

lizziereid@hotmail.com
lizziereid.com
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Lottie Boniface

Enthusiastic young designer with a GSOH seeks job in social design ONO. Likes helping others, blue cheese, parks and recreations, world news and making nice things. Long term relationship intended.

lottie.boniface@googlemail.com
lottieboniface.com
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Lottie Fry

I’m an insightful person so I tend to start my projects with truths and observations that I can add to or fix. This also means I don’t enjoy designing without direct aims or incentives. I am a perfectionist with my work, I aim to leave no stone unturned.

lottie.j.fry@gmail.com
lottiefry.co.uk
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Louise Delves

A lover of objects and publications with a curious approach to process and practice.

hello@louisedelves.com
louisedelves.com
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Luke Evans

“Trying is the first step towards failure.”

- Homer Simpson

hello@luk-e.com
luk-e.com
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Marianne Hanoun

“Get a good idea and stay with it. Work at it until it’s done right.”

- Walt Disney

mariannehuk@aol.com
cargocollective.com/mmh
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Markella Hadjijoseph

A London based visual communicator, born and raised in Cyprus. Socially aware and politically engaged, I am a photographer and design communication practitioner who strives for creative design solutions in order to inform, criticise and engage in current political, social and economic issues.

markella-@hotmail.com
markellahadjijoseph.com
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Melita Gandham

I can use gradients really well on inDesign.

clubbin@meli.club
meli.club
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Milly Bruce

I love starting projects because you never know where they will end up. My approach is lead by experimentation and process. As a result, my varied outcomes are a reflection of the different mediums that I explore, which suits me because I find diversity exciting. I really enjoy what I do and I hope that people can see this through my work.

millybruce@live.com
millybruce.com
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Milly Nicholson

I enjoy adapting and changing for every brief. In a world full of visual ephemera, extra effort needs to be made in order to stand out. For this reason I like my work not only be understood by the passive observer but also engage with, provoke a response from and even be influenced by an audience.

e.millynicholson@gmail.com
millynicholson.me
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Miranda Dixon

My design practice sees its social impact as the primary motivation. The nature of my research stems from my fascination with social systems, and the way that they manifest themselves; in the layout of our communities, the aesthetics of our built environments, and the way we live and interact. I like people and places.

miranda.fc.dixon@hotmail.com
mirandadixon.com
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Nancy Bissell

If it’s not related to lipstick, cats or tea, I’m probably not interested. However, when it comes to creating something, I’ve always believed that the crazier the idea the better. I enjoy working to create the impossible using a variety of different media, and I’m what you’d call a perfectionist.

me@nancyvelvet.co.uk
nancyvelvet.co.uk
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Natalie Hopson

I thrive off finding beauty in surprising places Working with the ethos “if you look twice, you see more,” I present outcomes that challenge and encourage others to look twice, beyond their internal surroundings. I am driven by taking the complex and communicating it simply for others.

hello@nataliehopson.com
nataliehopson.com
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Oliver Long

“What still marks out British Art is essentially a certain crapness, a refusal of ease and slick- ness in favour of angularity and harshness.”

– Owen Hatherley, Militant Modernism, 2008

hello@oliverlong.eu
oliverlong.eu
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Olivia Charlesworth

As long I continue to broaden my skills and perspectives on design whilst in the company of exceptional people like I have at Kingston, I’ll be happy.

hello@oliviacharlesworth.com
oliviacharlesworth.com
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Propella Woodward Gentle

I work instinctively with my hands and enjoy the company and contribution of others on a project. Kingston has taught me that there is no limit to what can be achieved in a day.

ewoodwardgentle@googlemail.com
propellamermaid.com
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Rhys George

Image maker, photographer and screen printer. I am drawn to projects that have strong conceptual ideas behind them and that can be realised through clear visual metaphors, allegories, imagery. I enjoy opportunities where I can combine and dovetail all my interests and creative outlets together as one.

hello@rhysgeorge.eu
rhysgeorge.eu
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Sam Part

I am an ideas based designer with a can-do attitude. I believe a good idea is a shared idea and that a combination of intelligent insights supported by a team of well-led and motivated people create successful and intriguing outcomes.

hello@iamsampart.com
iamsampart.com
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Sam Smith

“Brain cells are lit. Ideas start to hit / Next the formation of words that fit / At the table I sit, making it legit / And when my pen hits the paper. Ahh shit!”

– Big Daddy Kane, 1988

sam.t.smith@me.com
samtsmith.co.uk
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Scott Carthy

Explorer.

scottjcarthy@gmail.com
scottcarthy.co.uk
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Steffan Glynn

The majority of my time is spent playing with technology. The gap between creator and consumer is closing as our access to information expands. Global communities of individuals are pushing the boundaries of hardware – from 3D printing to virtual reality. It’s an exciting time to be a designer.

steffanaronglynn@gmail.com
cargocollective.com/steffanglynn
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Thom Swann

I embrace constant research in an effort to produce outcomes that engage and reflect contemporary societal issues. Primarily I work with publications, type-design and identities, aiming to create work that is both critical and accessibly functional. My main interests are in historical understanding, the human in design and local identities.

thomswanndesign@gmail.com
thomswann.co.uk
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Tom Glendenning

Traditional skills offer a raw, more human quality that cannot be achieved in purely digital mediums, which is why I’d love to become a pro at spoon carving or something like that.

tomglendenning@hotmail.co.uk
tomglendenning.com
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Tom Manning

Google me. I can be found just below the anarchist, the American football player and the murderer.

info@thomasmanning.co.uk
thomasmanning.co.uk
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Tom Shearing

My creative process is similar to the green screen process. I start with the subject front and centre, delivering the message. The background is where secondary content lives, this is the journey of the message. This is where anything goes_

tom@dojo.works
dojo.works
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Tristan Cluett

Turning mouse traps into swings. Inflating books. Photographing the modern additions to gothic revival. Combining Feng Shui and Car Valeting. Making concrete chairs from road sweepings. Photographing a car show and ignoring the cars. Attending every cycling event in London. Noticing miniscule chaos. Taking photos in GTAV.

tris.cluett@googlemail.com
tristancluett.co.uk
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Zeus Rodman

I am a designer and a person, who is searching for things to play with. I like materials, I like colour and I like pondering.

zeusrodman@gmail.com
zeusrodman.com
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Zoë King

Having a particularly strong interest in design discussion has led to projects with a focus on creating platforms in which to hold discourse about design. I believe this to be very important within design education.

hello@zoeking.eu
zoeking.eu
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Clare Stevenson
Daniel Keeffe
David Bhalla
David Sandford
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Emil Mniszko
Felix Nicolay Günzler
Francis North
Frankie Lippa
Gabriella Marsh
Hamish Ryde
Hari Deakin
Harriet Weeks
Jace Harrison Crowley
Jack Belford
Jack Beveridge
Jade Kent
James Green
Jason Suri
Jazzy Bui
Jeanette Stonex
Joe Sánchez
John Ingle
Jon Quinnell
Joshua Dean
Joshua Lake
Josh Williams
Katia Hall
Kia Tasbihgou
Kirstie Ballard
Laure Guery
Leigh Richmond
Lizzie Reid
Lottie Boniface
Lottie Fry
Louise Delves
Luke Evans
Marianne Hanoun
Markella Hadjijoseph
Melita Gandham
Milly Bruce
Milly Nicholson
Miranda Dixon
Nancy Bissell
Natalie Hopson
Oliver Long
Olivia Charlesworth
Propella Woodward Gentle
Rhys George
Sam Part
Sam Smith
Scott Carthy
Steffan Glynn
Thom Swann
Tom Glendenning
Tom Manning
Tom Shearing
Tristan Cluett
Zeus Rodman
Zoë King
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