Megaphone Magazine

Art directed a 30-page (colour + b&w) current-affairs magazine.

Subject was part of a sensitive main story about Islamaphobia and wanted to remain anonymous. I took photos of her and then converted one of those photos to a geometric artwork which protected her identity, while still retaining a unique emotional feel.

Ensured that images were edited in a way that would work ideally with un-coated stock.

I love creating tangible print materials and take pride in my in-depth knowledge of print specifications.