The Time Out Bar Awards is an annual event that celebrates the best bars in the US, as judged by a panel of local judges hand-picked by the Time Out team.
In 2018, the Bar Awards were held in 7 cities: Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. The campaign required creative direction for the branding, promotional artwork (banner ads, invites, social etc.), as well as collateral for the event (presentations, menus, signage, photobooth artwork, trophies, and more).
Creative Direction, illustration, design, and copy my first zine: ‘A zine about Mary, for Mary,’ containing infographics, fun facts, jokes, and messages about Mary - for Mary - on her birthday.
Creative direction and design for the cover of issue 1084 of Time Out New York: ‘The Brunch Issue.’
Creative direction for a series of covers across Time Out’s global network (for Chicago, London and New York), to coincide with the ‘Time Out 2018 City Life Index’: a global survey of readers to find out what people love/hate about their cities. (Illustrations: Toby Triumph)
Creative direction of issue 6 of Time Out Chicago: ‘100 Best Dishes'. (Photography: Stephen Meierding)
Cover and features designed for the New Review and Observer Tech Monthly - supplement items in the Guardian's Sunday paper, The Observer.
Creative Direction for issue 2443 of Time Out London: ‘The Green Issue.’
Cover and feature design for issue 16 of Time Out Melbourne magazine: 'Great Escapes.' The feature showcases the top ten weekend getaways for Melburnians. The same theming was used for the Time Out Sydney 'Great Escapes' issue, creating brand consistency between the two travel issues across both cities. The illustration was also later used for the cover of Time Out New York magazine's travel issue.
A handful of recent logos for clients, ranging from accountants to wine importers
Art direction for collateral produced for the new London branch of Urban Walkabout - a publisher of pocket-sized area guides, focussing on fashion food, design & lifestyle. Collateral produced include the first four pocket-guides in the London series (Shoreditch, Soho, Notting Hill & Marylebone), Media Kits, Invitations, promotional flyers, t-shirts, tote bags, stationery, digital collateral, and more.
A constantly-growing photography project, celebrating the diverse typography signage found on barge boats on the canals of London.