Hello I’m a London based designer specialising in fashion editorial imagery, branding and product design. I’ve been working in design for 10 years with a variety of brands from established to start ups. My role often involved coming up with concepts and seeing them trough to completion. My style of work is often ethereal with a dark edge.
I studied at University of Art London, Chelsea College of Art and Design. After graduating I set up an art and design magazine called Remedy, supporting new artists from across the globe. Later, I set up my own wearable art label in 2012. The label was featured in London Fashion with Shopcade and distributed through Not On The High Street for 4 years, as well as exhibited at Candid Art Gallery and Spitalfields design fair.
Along with running the label, I currently teach digital design at The BRIT School, creating courses that educate 14-19 year olds how to develop their design skills as well as understand the psychology behind social media. I’m passionate about showing young people how powerful design can be and supporting free education.
Clients include :
Legendary, Alberto VO5, Nokia, Royal Ascot, Royal Albert Hall, Goodwood, Henley Royal Regatta, Sky Garden, Raymond Blanc, Rhubarb, Gallery Mess, Saatchi Gallery, Five 33, Dreamworks, Fox, Summit Entertainment, Universal, Lebara, Saddington Baynes, Incredible India, Asiana Magazine, Creative Orchestra, Facebook, Freeformers, Barclays bank, Bank of Baroda, Asian Woman Magazine, Orange.
Akira Amani wearable art work shops for young people at The BRIT School 2018.
Worked with Legendary to create fashion products and the brand development of Crimson Peak and Warcraft 2014.
Worked with Five 33 for the brand and visual development of Snow White and the Huntsman, Wreck it Ralph, Epic and 47 Ronin, 2013.
Developed the Sky Garden brand with Rhubarb Ltd.
Winner of the Nokia design competition.
Featured in Computer Arts magazine.
Featured in the international fashion magazine Asiana and Asian Woman.