Founded in 1887, Columbia is the oldest surviving brand name in pre-recorded sound. Today it is a premier subsidiary label of Sony Music Entertainment. Its roster features some of the most famous names in music history alongside some of the finest cutting edge artists in the world.

Whilst working at Sony Music, I was approached by Columbia’s digital team to re-design the Columbia Records UK website. Utilising a stripped back colour palette and minimalist design, the Columbia Records UK website delivers a sleek experience with an emphasis on their exceptional roster.


“I wrote this album in a house on a quiet terraced street in East London. The lyrics are inspired by the lives of the friends I made whilst living there. I recorded most the songs in the living room of the house and if I listen back closely, I can still hear the sound of the old man’s television shows coming through the walls from next door, the kids from the house opposite playing football in the street below and the sound of my girlfriend’s footsteps on the wooden floorboards above. I don’t live there anymore, my life has changed somewhat, but I will always remember the time fondly and I hope you enjoy listening to the album as much as I did making it”.  -  Tom Odell

Jubilee Road is Tom Odell’s third album, released on October 12th 2018 on Columbia Records. Whilst working at Sony Music, Columbia Records approached the in-house design team to produce the creative for the album. I was tasked with designing the album’s cover, and all of the print material / packaging surrounding the album.


“Unlock unlimited potential with the My Vodafone app. Check your data usage, keep track of your spending, manage your account and more”.

Whilst working at Vodafone, myself and a small team of digital creatives were tasked with the redesign of the My Vodafone App. The app needed to shift the emphasis from data, which was becoming unlimited, to personalised offers and self-service driven by AI. Working as a UI designer, my role was to take the look of the app to the next level, creating a simple, clear and intuitive user experience.

The new design needed to be flexible enough to work in a variety of languages and 23 markets that each offered different products and services.


The Creative Group (stylised as TCG) is the newly formed creative department within Sony Music, encompassing it’s Brand Partnerships, Sync, Insight, Creative, CRM and Digital divisions.

As a member of the creative team within the newly formed department, myself and my colleagues were tasked with it’s branding.

With each designer in the team exploring their own route, my aim was to create a dynamic identity that represented and celebrated the coming together of six smaller departments to create a more powerful whole.