In the three years of studying Graphic Design joint with Illustration, I have had the chance to explore the field, expand my skillset and find my own visual style. Throughout my university experience I was torn between wanting to fit a specific style or stay very versatile with my work. But it turns out – both work! I managed to produce different types of creative work – such as posters, magazines, websites, illustrations, logos and much more. Looking back I have noticed similarities and patterns throughout much of my work.
I got to learn something on the course, that
I would never have been able to on my own and that is to explore an idea, even if it’s out of my comfort zone or something I’ve never done before. One of the great things about the course is that there’s always going to be support on hand and different ways to achieve this.
Thanks to my tutors and my work experience I became confident in working with my style, exploring different colour palettes and giving my work a narrative. I’m delighted that I have been able to explore, experiment and learn so much about myself and new methods. It’s an experience I would never want to miss out on.