TEDxEuston is an event that aims to reflect the ideas and inspired thinking of a new generation of African leaders, presenting to an audience committed to engaging and re-engaging in an active and meaningful manner with the continent.

I worked alongside the TEDxEuston team, as their Graphic Designer for three years. My role within the team was to design printed as well as digital material. This included editorial design, branded clothing and social media assets.

The platform is a TED-like event locally organised by a team of professionals in the spirit of “Ideas Worth Spreading”, devoted to leveraging the power of ideas to change the world. The events are cross-disciplinary and talks focused on changing attitudes, lives and ultimately the world.

Legacy Magazine
As part of our final-ever conference, I was determined to create a magazine that would be a memorable one. This would showcase our speaker line up, important information relating to the African continent and stories from our previous events.

I wanted to create a magazine that our audience would be inspired by and despite this being our last event, this magazine would act as a strong reminder of who TEDxEuston are and how we can all strive to have a positive impact within the African community and it’s diaspora, regardless of your cultural background. 

I commissioned Mush Studio to illustrate each of our speakers. 


If you would like to collaborate, book me as a guest speaker or
enquire availability for a freelance project, feel free to get in touch.
Portfolio and CV available upon request.