This project for Finn O’Hara, is a structured and subtle solution that emphasises the principles and unspoken guidelines that makes great photography. The foundations are laid and gently flatters and provides the basis to show his work and himself without clutter and peripheral noise. The work is forefront.
A lonely outlook during desperate times.
A town re-branded.
Caserne, a graphic design studio is responsible for this classic, sophisticated and yet real solution to Mylene Poisson’s identity.
The New York-based creative studio DIA have recently created the new identity for Fin Collective, a custom surfboard business.
A series of illustrations outlining the typical life of the design studio, from essential tools and must haves, to thoughts, visionaries and revelations.
This was the business card developed for Kaboom Communication Design. This was an exercise in simplicity and modernism.
I am often asked why I photograph so many rocks.
I do not photograph rocks, or waves or clouds.
I photograph the sea…