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Angus McBryde Professional Portfolio


Angus McBryde is a graphic designer and illustrator from Dunedin, New Zealand.

Marketing in Dunedin. This role saw him working on brand identities, marketing collateral, websites and corporate documents for a wide range of local, national Angus graduated from the University of Otago in 2010 and international clients, including: with a Bachelor of Consumer and Applied Sciences majoring in Design Studies. Team Architects, ADInstruments, Escea, Brand Dunedin, National Citizen Service (UK), Heyroth & In 2011 Angus was contracted by the McGuinness K端rbitz Architects (DE) , Dunedin City Council, NZ Institute as director of a national strategy publication, International Science Festival, Dunedin Heritage with a staff of designers working under his instruction. Festival, Upstart, WellSouth Primary Health Network, He was re-contracted by the Institute in 2012 to Tru-Bilt Industries, Tourism Waitaki and the Southern work on conference material and another national District Health Board. publication. During this time Angus continued his work as concept Later that year, Angus co-founded Foundry Magazine, designer for many theatre productions nationwide, a digitally distributed, non-profit music publication most notably for comedy collective Discharge, Big focused on bringing quality long-form content to Lies Theatre Company, Arts Festival Dunedin and New Zealanders interested in homegrown talent and Improsaurus. He also assisted with the production and perceptive music journalism. Foundry released four release of a number for albums for Fishrider records. issues over eighteen months, attracting readers at Flying Nun Records and APN Media. More at angusmcbryde.com In mid-2012 Angus undertook full time freelance design work, working with City Choir Dunedin on a rebrand to coincide with their 150th anniversary, and also branding two Dunedin theatre troupes. For the latter work, Angus was nominated for two Promotion of the Year awards at the 2012 and 2013 Dunedin Theatre Awards, and won in 2013. From February 2013 to March 2015 Angus was employed as the sole designer for Glow PR and

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Angus was hired as graphic designer at Glow PR & Marketing in February 2012, and upon arrival he was tasked with rebranding the business. Retaining existing imagery based on the company’s location in Dunedin’s built heritage district, he employed typography and colour to provide a modernised element, resulting in a brand identity which literally ‘glows’ in its soft neon colouring.

In 2014, Glow became involved in the public health sector, signing the Southern District Health Board and the Southern Primary Health Organisation. Consequently Angus took on a major rebrand of a regional health organisation (page 7) and devised health campaigns to be distributed to hundreds of thousands of residents (page 10).

Angus was then put to work on many of the projects that would help build the business from a two-person operation that began in 2012 to the rapidly growing business it is today. Glow’s reputation continues to grow across New Zealand as a one stop shop for design, marketing, strategy and public relations.

During Angus’ time at Glow, the business was approached by its first international clients, the first of which was the National Citizen Service (NCS), an organisation within the British government which aims to bring youth together.

The second was a German Architecture practice, which needed a new campaign to go in one of the world’s most Angus’ first notable project with Glow was the ‘Little Black renowned food magazines (page 11). Glow’s proven record Book of Dunedin Business’, a publication produced for the with architectural practices in the past made it suitable Dunedin City Council profiling around 30 of Dunedin’s for the challenge. greatest success stories. This was distributed nationally, inserted into 3,500 copies of Idealog magazine. Angus left Glow in 2015 after two years to pursue international travel and explore new lands. Later he would work on developing identities and collateral for the Dunedin Heritage Festival (page 8), the 2012 www.glowconsulting.co.nz and 2013 Dunedin Careers Festival, and the 2014 International Food & Design Conference.


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left: Boyden Architects logo (2014)

left: International Food Authenticity Assuarance Organisation logo (2014)

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Keewai are freshwater crayfish found on the east coast of the lower South Island and on Stewart Island, and also the name of a company that distributes them. Keewai originally inhabited large areas of New Zealand, but today their distribution is shrinking, with some academics predicting that there will be localised species extinction in approximately 50 years. The organisation Keewai represents a new approach to aquaculture that is low intensity, has no additives (food or chemicals) and is environmentally friendly. The keewai are grown in a natural environment which is hard to find or replicate elsewhere, both in and outside of New Zealand. Glow produced branding, photography, packaging and website design for the organisation, which is now shipping its product to top restaurants throughout New Zealand.


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WellSouth Primary Health Network Hauora Matua Ki Te Tonga

Ian Macara Chief Executive

WellSouth

Level 1, 333 Princes St P O Box 218, Dunedin 9054 mob 027 434 3955 phone 03 477 1163 fax 03 477 1168 freephone 0800 477 115 ian.macara@wellsouth.org.nz www.wellsouth.health.nz

Primary Health Network Hauora Matua Ki Te Tonga

SOUTHERN PHO Southern PHO provides district-wide health care service funding to: • 89 Otago and Southland medical practices. • 12 accredited Māori and Pacific Island agencies. As well as direct funding, Southern PHO provides the 300+ general practitioners and 350+ practice nurses with technical information and Southernprofessional PHO had 287,468 enrolled patients at Southern PHO is governed by a board of 10 Trustees, patient management systems support, 1 July 2014, representing 94% of the estimated and supported by the Southern PHO Advisory Group development, after hours and locum support. made up of community & clinical stakeholders. It is 306,000 population. A total of 40% of enrolled funded by and reports to the Southern District Southern PHOHealth is funded by thePHO Southern District with patients livenetwork outside the two cities of Dunedin and Southern also collaborates a large Board. Southern PHO is one ofHealth 32 Primary Health toofprovide community health to initiate, develop, Board (SDHB) primary healthproviders care Invercargill. Organisations in New Zealand; services these not-for-profit administer fund a broad range of health and to residents enrolled with and general practices organisations bring together all health professionals wellness projects and on-going programmes that in the Otago Southland region. These services include Southern PHO continues to be guided by the Ministry 1. About SPHO.............................................................................................. 4 involved in community health care. care health professionals and ‘Better, promoteSooner, More Convenient’ vision, first contact services support to restorehealth people’s of Health’s 2. Chair and Chief Executive report................................................................ 6 healthy lifestyles. when they are unwell, and a range of programmes that encourages models of health care to help keep Southern PHO’s role is to: to improve access to health care services and 3. Health Targets............................................................................................ 8 to populations as well as possible, and that integrates • Lead and co-ordinate the provision of primary Community health care services include: promote and maintain good health. seamless services delivery from community – hospital health care services in Otago and Southland. • Chronic conditions9 management - diabetes, 3.1 Smoking cessation............................................................................... – community. cardiovascular risk and smoking cessation. • Support primary health care professionals in the This is the fourth financial year of our operations since 3.2 CVD risk assessment........................................................................... 10 south. • Oral health management. nine Otago and Southland PHOs merged, and over Southern PHO is a geographically large PHO with • Reduce health inequalities and improve access to • Elderly care support, 3.3 Immunisation, 8 months..................................................................... 11by maintaining patients this year we have taken the opportunity to rebrand. considerable rural representation. As with other within communities. health care. Stuart Heal The Southern PHO changed its name to WellSouth isolated parts of New Zealand, issues of limited 3.4 Immunisation, 2 years......................................................................... 12 • Ensure the community can easily and quickly access • Mental health services. Primary Health Network• (on November 3, 2014.) capacity to provide primary care can occur in some Cancer early detection. primary health care when they need it. 3.5 Flu vaccination.................................................................................... 13 A communication audit last year showed more areas. Combined with an aging population, and • Maintain and improve the health and wellness of • Child and youth health programmes such as sexual understanding was required around the role and with increasing chronic and long-term conditions, 4. Health Promotionpeople ..................................................................................... 14 diet/obesity, health, immunisation, mental health in Otago and Southland. purpose of the Southern including PHO, andalcohol more cohesion this continues to present on-going challenges for and drug services, and smoking • Promote healthy lifestyles. 5. Looking Forward: the year ahead.............................................................. 16 needed around communications and branding. The the delivery and the sustainability of critical primary cessation. • Support national health goals for managing Southern asPHO health promotion programmes rebranding process undertaken a result during health services. 6. Māori & Pacific Island health care.............................................................. 17 heart disease, smoking cessation, diabetes, this year has provided aninclude: opportunity for a new look immunisation, and cervical smears. 7. Financials................................................................................................... 18 • Breastfeeding and a fresh approach. The new name represents a Our Strategic Plan reflects this vision. We have six • Enhance collaboration between primary and other • Smokefree maturing of the organisation and an opportunity strategic areas of priority that form the framework for 8. Auditors report......................................................................................... 20 health care providers for integrated, effective and • Healthy eating supporting southern practice providers in health care quality care for our population.to extend our leadership capability into a network 9. Directory................................................................................................... 22 • Alcohol of integrated primary health caremanagement focused on the provision, our approach underpinned by the ‘What’s • Manage, measure and understand health data, • Mental health wellness of our population as well as targeted health best for patients’ focus. 10. Southern PHO practice providers............................................................ 23 identifying where funding, resources and effort is services. Southern PHO colours are carried through best directed. Southern Primary Health Organisation: 2014 Annual Report into the new imagery to reflect these goals. Southern PHO has in 2013-14 further developed Southern Primary Health Organisation: 2014 Annual Report 3 programmes and services that support practice In this Annual Report we present Southern PHO’s Financial providers in achieving objectives in the Integrated 4 Southern Primary Health Organisation: 2014 Annual Report Statements for the year ended 30 June 2014, and report Performance and Incentive Framework (IPIF). IPIF Ian Macara Southern Primary Organisation: Annual Report 5 on Southern PHO’s achievements overHealth that timeframe. sets2014 directions for effectiveness and productivity of

The Southern

Southern PHO administers primary health care services in Otago and Southland. It funds and supports first-line healthcare providers, and it coordinates healthcare programmes that enable better health and well-being outcomes for all people in the south.

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health care Southern Primary services in south Health Organisation 2014 Annual Report

Our Vision: To provide, or procure the provision of, the right primary health care, at the right place, at the right time for the people of Otago and Southland.

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WellSouth Primary Health Network was a rebrand Workshopping with a selection of the PHO staff, the undertaken after a long-standing relationship with the consensus was that the organisation was to be renamed same organisation under a different name: the Southern ‘WellSouth Primary Health Network’. Primary Health Organisation. The result was the above brand, for which Angus was Glow had worked closely with the Southern PHO to solely responsible. This new brand was installed in produce annual reports, newsletters and strategies to WellSouth offices, medical practices and hospitals, and make the organisation run smoothly across the region. In employed on health collateral and vehicles throughout mid-2014, one of these strategies was to bring the tired the Otago region. Southern PHO brand into the 21st century.

Southern Primary Health Organisation: 2014 Annual Report

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above, left to right: Dunedin Heritage Festival brochure, Dunedin Heritage festival poster.

The Dunedin Heritage Festival is a biennial event which encourages Dunedinites to take another look at the buildings and businesses that are unique to their city. The festival offers a range of activities centred around Dunedin’s most iconic built heritage with local experts including renowned New Zealand architect Ian Athfield. Glow was contracted to provide the festival with its 2013 brand, a print programme of events, daily newspaper ads and other marketing collateral. Angus took some existing concepts for the festival and moulded them into the design that would become the main brand for the event. The slogan “Take another look” was made the main motif to acknowledge 2013’s architectural theme. Combining old imagery from the city archives with bold colouring and typography helped frame this as an exciting event, celebrating the fusion of old and new.


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LONG LUNCH Join us for the second Long Lunch, different venue, different format. The Otago Polytechnic Culinary Arts School will be providing a ‘Long Lunch Experience’. Join us to celebrate Dunedin’s architectural spaces, fabulous food, wine and interesting company.

when Friday 29 November, 1pm - onwards where Dowling Street Loft, 14 Dowling Street at the very top of a long flight of stairs, just keep walking. cost $40 per head, payable on day or direct debit to glow 38-90070833540-00 rsvp 03 479 2761, paula@glowconsulting.co.nz by 22 November And let us know if you are intolerant to any food groups.

Long Lunch is a networking initiative hosted in Dunedin three times a year and conceived by Glow. In a city that can have a hard time celebrating itself and its achievements, this event has opened doors for many Dunedin businesses through networking with other such businesses.

To date Glow has hosted five such events, each with up to 50 of Dunedin’s up and coming business people, artists, fashion and graphic designers in attendance. Long Lunch is now a major event in Dunedin business’ social calendar, and tickets are highly sought after.

Each lunch event has been hosted in one of Dunedin’s empty heritage sites, creating a rustic atmosphere. Partnering with a local food experience designer, the food theme for each event is based on the history of the host building. From the beginning, the aesthetic was to highlight the spaces. Angus used panoramas of the empty host spaces as the backdrops for invitations to the events.

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above, clockwise: DHB campaign bus back, DHB campaign poster, DHB campaign newspaper ad

After a proven track record with the Southern Primary Health Organisation, the Southern District Health Board approached Glow in 2014 to devise a campaign for them.

The campaign ran its course, and after three months the first stats came back, showing that the hospital had experienced a drop in unnecessary after-hours or emergency department visits.

The campaign target was all age brackets and aimed to The Southern District Health Board and Glow have help unclog hospital emergency departments, which were continued to work together after this campaign. being overrun with patients who could have taken other steps before resorting to after hours or emergency care. Glow conceived what was known in-house as the “sick bunny� campaign, which provided a number of steps patients could take if they were concerned about a health issue outside the hours during which they could consult a general practitioner. The campaign was implemented throughout the Otago region in magazine and newspaper ads, bus backs, a three-metre high billboard on Dunedin Hospital, and 30,000 fridge magnets circulated to the lower socioeconomic households in Otago.


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Heyroth and Kürbitz Architects found Glow online and contracted them based on Glow’s experience working closely with architects throughout New Zealand. Their brief was to create an ad to promote the Heyroth and Kürbitz architectural practice, which specialises in restaurant interiors, to run in one of the world’s leading food publications, ‘Fool’ magazine. Angus put together two versions of the ad, one featuring three cockles, the other with the cross section of a red cabbage - both with the tag line. This ad ran in Issue #3 of Fool, which was published in 2013 and circulated throughout Europe, Australia to the US.

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above, clockwise: Arts Festival Dunedin logo (2013), Dame Kiri Te Kanawa poster (2014), Angus started working with the Otago Festival of the During the off season, the festival hosted Dame Kiri Te Otago Festival of the Arts 2010 brochure cover.

Arts in 2010, helping to realise the vision of the 2010 Kanawa for a one-night concert in the Dunedin Town festival programme. Hall, and Angus was contracted to provide marketing collateral for this concert. Angus scouted for locations and directed a photoshoot using light painting to create ‘portals’ in moody Dunedin locations. Photos from this session were used as the main promotional imagery for the boutique festival. Then, in 2013, Angus was asked to rebrand the organisation from the decade old ‘Otago Festival of the Arts’ to the simpler ‘Arts Festival Dunedin’. The new brand motifs provided a clean start for the organisation, which had benefits for its public perception after the departure of an unpopular director, but also retained some stylistic elements to keep a sense of familiarity in festival patrons. This brand was launched and implemented for the 2014 festival.


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The Dunedin City Choir celebrated 150 years of choral Deborah Dons, chairperson of the choir said of her music-making in Dunedin in 2013. Angus worked closely experience with Angus: with the group to completely rebrand it and create the year’s programme in time for the celebration. “We found Angus to be very easy to work with: he is creative and provided us with smart, fresh, exciting and Dunedin has been home to a strong and vibrant inspiring designs. He responded positively to our requests community of choirs and has maintained a tradition of for alternatives even if he thought us overly conservative excellent symphonic choir singing. In 1863 the Dunedin and somewhat challenging! He worked collaboratively and Philharmonic Choir was established and in the founding promptly and the end results were well received by the years included among its ranks singers who were also key committee and choir. We have received very positive to the establishment of Dunedin City – personalities such comments from a wide cross-section of our community as Thomas Hocken, Professor Sale (one of the University and we are proud of our updated image and logo. We of Otago’s first four professors) as well as members of look forward to working with him throughout the year.” the Cargill and Gillies families. Angus worked closely with the choir committee and chairperson to create a brand that reflected the identity of the organisation. The new logo not only depicts three choir members singing alongside each other but also alludes to musical notation.

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Theatre

Discharge is a highly acclaimed all-female comedy Cumberbatch, Caitlin and Abby, with new recruit Kate collective founded in Dunedin and now based in Schrader workshopped what would become the next of Wellington, New Zealand. Discharge’s great successes. The collective was founded in 2012 by Caitlin McNaughton and Abby Howells, who met through the University of Otago Theatre Studies department. After years of involvement writing, acting and eventually directing the annual Capping review show, the pair set their sights on how to take the skills gained to the next level.

‘Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die’ premiered at Bats Theatre in Wellington in June 2014. Once again the show was a hit, performing to sell out crowds.

The show followed a control freak and aspiring actor, a sex-crazed celebrity obsessive and a socially phobic fan fiction writer who share a deep passion for Benedict Together with four other former capping show friends, Cumberbatch. When they hear that the heartbreakingly the group wrote the first of many original shows under handsome British actor is making a trip to New Zealand, the name Discharge. the three decide to devise a show in the hope he will come to see it and fall in love with them. Angus was brought in early on to establish a powerful visual presence for the collective. Headshots of housewives For this show, Angus illustrated a number of different with power tools accompanied by ‘Smack the Pony’- versions of Benedict from many of his different film roles. esque typography became the troupe’s early brand and placed these in a ‘tunnel of love’. aesthetic; one that would be used to market the first of the Discharge shows. The show gained international attention due to its provocative title, and in late 2014 the women featured in The first was ‘What Is This, Woman’s Hour?”, which a short radio documentary on the actor’s life made by the premiered in the 2013 Dunedin Fringe Festival, and played BBC, and the show had it’s second season at the 2015 again in the 2014 New Zealand Fringe Festival, both to sell Dunedin Fringe Festival. out crowds and critical acclaim. ‘Mary’s Christmas’ was the third of the collective’s shows. In “What is this, Woman’s Hour?” was an eclectic sketch this classic road trip story, Joseph and the heavily pregnant comedy show about women, men and the absurdities of Mary travel to Bethlehem for the census. On the way, Mary everyday life. prepares herself for the toils of mothering a famous child, three wise men struggle to buy baby-appropriate gifts and In 2014, following the worldwide obsession with Benedict Joseph learns the truth about childbirth.

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12-14 March, 9pm. Playhouse Theatre FUll $16, Concession $13 Group 6+ $12

Playhouse Theatre, 31 Albany Street, North Dunedin. Book online at eventfinder.co.nz Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die was first produced at BATS Theatre, Wellington on 19th June

@DischargeLadies facebook.com/dischargecollective

above, left to right: What is this, Women’s Hour? (2013), Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die Mary’s story is interspersed with a series of sketches What the critics said about Discharge: (2014), (over page) Mary’s Christmas (2014), 28 Days: A period piece (2015).

exploring different aspects of Christmas, including family dynamics, seasonal loneliness and a very unconventional Christmas pantomime. The brief for this show was a depiction of the Virgin Mary with a sour look on her face, clearly sick of the holiday tradition in which she is key player. This show played a season in both Wellington and Dunedin in December 2014. The fourth and arguably most successful of the Discharge shows was 28 Days: A Period Piece, the collective’s first musical.

“an hour of hugely carried short and sharp laugh-so-hard-you’ll-piss-your-pants type sketches” Theatreview - What is this, Woman’s Hour?

“laugh-out-loud…highly entertaining character-based comedy” Theatreview - Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die

“The audience roared its approval “It is the final dress rehearsal for ‘28 Days’, a show about throughout...” menstruation that will tour around New Zealand schools. The men on the board of the funding body have promised “Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die”, The Dominion Post it will be an “honest, fun and educational exploration of every girl’s path to womanhood”. With musical numbers “I have never heard an audience laugh so like ‘Periods Are Fun For Everyone!’ and ‘Get Out of the hard for so long.” Pool – Aunt Flo’s in Town!’, the women performing it aren’t so sure. Delving into their own memories of periods past, Theatreview - Mary’s Christmas they begin to devise a new show – one that speaks the truth about menstruation.” “..inspired. ..delivered with infectious

humour.” The show sold out all four of it’s 2015 New Zealand Fringe Festival dates before opening night, with a matinee being added and selling out in a matter of hours. To date, Discharge has sold every seat of each run of each of its four shows, and there is no sign of the group losing momentum.

Theatreview - 28 Days: A period piece


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FULL $15 CONCESSION $13 FRINGE ADDICT $12

FULL $15 CONCESSION $13 FRINGE ADDICT $12

FULL $15 CONCESSION $13 FRINGE ADDICT $12

BATS Theatre, on the corner of Cuba & Dixon Streets. Book online www.bats.co.nz or call (04) 802 4175

BATS Theatre, on the corner of Cuba & Dixon Streets. Book online www.bats.co.nz or call (04) 802 4175

BATS Theatre, on the corner of Cuba & Dixon Streets. Book online www.bats.co.nz or call (04) 802 4175

above: ‘What is this, Women’s Hour?’ promotional material (2013) left: ‘What is this, Women’s Hour?’ Facebook cover photo (2013)

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4th - 7th March @ 9.30pm Fringe at the Gryphon Tickets: $16 Full, $13 Concession

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Book through eventfinder.co.nz keyword: Pupil Zero. Door sales available

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above, left to right: Big Lies Theatre Company logo (2014), Glocknid: Dwarf Warrior (2015) left: Pupil Zero (2015)

Big Lies Theatre Company was founded in late 2014 by Abby Howells and Alex Wilson (formerly the co-founder of Dunedin youth theatre company Counterpoint Productions, for which Angus branded and designed a programme in 2013). Big Lies is based in Wellington, focusing on creating work that is challenging, bold and inherently theatrical. Angus was asked to brand the new organisation and create marketing material for the company’s first two shows, the first of which was ‘Pupil Zero’, written for Big Lies by renowned New Zealand playwright Paul Rothwell. This show starred Big Lies co-founder Alex Wilson and Discharge cofounder Caitlin McNaughton. The second show, ‘Glocknid: Dwarf Warrior’, is a one woman stand-up show written and performed by Big Lies and Discharge co-founder Abby Howells, and was Abby’s first solo show since 2013’s ‘Thank You, Please’. Glocknid ran in the 2015 New Zealand Comedy Festival in Wellington, New Zealand.

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HORRORNATION STREET April 25 10.30pm Fortune Studio $10


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above, left to right: Love in the Time of Geek (2013), Murder on the Improv Express (2013) left, clockwise: An Unscripted Jouney (2014), Shakespeare in Space (2014), Horrornation Street (2013), Improsaurus Brand, A Man Walks into a Bar (2012) Pulp Improv (2013), Breaking Improv (2013), The Green Room (2013)

Improsaurus is an improvised theatre troupe from Dunedin, New Zealand. Founded off the back of Otago University’s Capping Show, the group established itself as the only group of its type in the city and quickly grew in popularity. Angus became involved with Improsaurus in late 2012, creating posters and marketing collateral for the year’s final few shows. In 2013, the troupe incorporated and began running Improsaurus as a business, performing fortnightly shows at the local Fortune Theatre, offering corporate function services, and running an improvisation education programme. Angus branded Improsaurus at the beginning of 2013, and over the next 18 months created more than 40 unique posters and marketing collateral for the fortnightly show, as well as multiple fringe festival shows in Dunedin and Wellington. Improsaurus has since travelled to and performed at international comedy festivals and remains a favourite in the Dunedin comedy scene.

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| T E M P O R A R Y | Selections from Dunedin’s Pop Underground

| T E M P O R A R Y | Selections from Dunedin’s Pop Underground

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Fishrider Records | FISH013 / BING103

Fishrider Records | FISH013 / BING103

Run Run Run/MalesMalesMales

Run Run Run/MalesMalesMales http://www.fishriderrecords.com

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top: Temporary: Selections from Dunedin’s Pop Underground 2011 - 2014 (2014, Fishrider Records) about: Males, MalesMalesMales/RunRunRun (2014, Fishrider Records) right: Temporary Magazine

Tracks One, Two, Three, Four Recorded by Oli Wilson at King Edward Court and at home April/May 2013 Mixed by Oli Wilson and Mike Holland

Track Five Tracks Six, Seven, Eight, Nine All songs produced by Males and Oli Wilson All artwork by Robbie Grant-Motion Layout by Angus McByrde Recorded by Oli Wilson at Studio Two, Albany Street Studio in November 2012 Recorded by Oli Wilson at King Edward Court in July 2012 All songs mastered by Tex Houston Thanks to Oli Wilson, Ian Henderson, Mike Holland, Jon Bakos, Adrian Ng, Mixed and originally mastered by Joe Veale and Zach Doney Mixed by Oli Wilson and Mike Holland our friends and family, and Lars Finberg

In 2013, Angus developed a working relationship with local independent record label Fishrider Records, during which time he collaborated with bands, visual artists and photographers to produce artwork for 12” vinyl.

After the successful production process of these two albums, Fishrider approached Angus to help put together “Temporary: Selections From Dunedin’s Pop Underground 2011-2014”, a compilation vinyl of Dunedin bands, with an accompanying magazine containing band profiles, The first of these was the double EP released by Dunedin photography, poetry and articles on the Dunedin music band Males, titled “MalesMalesMales/RunRunRun”. scene. This was a collaboration between visual artist Robbie Motion, who provided artwork, and Angus who provided With former Foundry Magazine colleague Sam Valentine, typography, layout and technical support. Angus curated and designed the 30-page magazine, while also again providing technical design for the vinyl The second was for Dunedin band Trick Mammoth’s pressing with art provided once again by Robbie Motion. debut album ‘Floristry’. This was a collaboration between photographer Emily Hlavac-Green, who shot the band The album package was released to great critical acclaim for the album cover and Angus, again providing layout, worldwide in mid-2014, and copies quickly sold out. typography and technical support.

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Dunedin/Auckland band ‘Ha the Unclear’, formally known as ‘Brown’ approached Angus because of extensive work with other local musicians. The band commissioned a poster for ‘The Scalene Tour’ with an open brief. Lyrical themes referencing mannequins and cosmic insignificance came together to create the above poster. As a result of this work the band commissioned Angus to create album art for the band’s first single off its debut album “Bacterium, Look At Your Motor Go”, called “Apostate”. The song deals with themes of the indoctrination of children with religion and later apostasy. This track was released to positive reviews. Angus was also asked to provide technical design to the band’s debut album “Bacterium, Look At Your Motor Go”, released in 2014.


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above, left to right: Males @ Robbie Burns Pub (2013), Carb on Carb @ Taste Merchants (2012) right: Males @ Robbie Burns Pub (2015)

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contact 07 497 146 151 amcbryde@gmail.com angusmcbryde.com


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Angus McBryde | Professional Portfolio  

A selection of recent brand, illustration and event work by graphic designer and illustrator Angus McBryde.

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