I personally oversaw the general running of The Travelling Photo Studio and managed the rotating teams, all promotional material, finances, hiring of equipment and ensured a high quality of service. We attended six events in the Bournemouth area raising a total of £450
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT THE TRAVELLING PHOTO STUDIO
The Travelling Photo Studio is a fundraising project staffed by AUCB 3rd yr Graphic Design students 2010-2011 - a mobile photo studio which is set up at local venues hosting large events, such as the 1940’s Swing for Victory charity dance evening in March 2011. Guests were invited to enter the booth area to have their photo taken for free; prints are subsequently charged at just £3.
Fundraising for AUCB Graphic Design Students
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Photography - Nauman Abdul-Haveez
SELF INITIATED BRIEF I CHING COMPENDIUM
Currently on display at AUCB Disperse Exhibition. The I Ching (pronounced e-jing) or Book of Changes is an ancient Chinese text containing within it an explanation of the entire laws of the universe by which all things are governed, and carries explicit directions on how man should conduct himself so as to remain continuously in harmony within these laws. This compendium (intended as an introductory study guide) can be used as a basis for meditation; as a lead for furthering ones knowledge of oneself and the universe; and for practical guidance on the everyday problems of life. The hanging tablets represent the sixty four results it is possible to obtain when consulting the I Ching. The text is an original interpretation from definitive works of Wilhelm and Karcher. Contains - Display tablets ( laser etched and cut acrylic), Guidebook (french fold, bible paper), Posters, Notebook, Coins, Pencils.
TYPOGRAPHY NATURES LETTERS
Based on ISTD brief: Not Just Fleurons, this project utilised nature as a stimulus to inform all design decisions. The letters, combining hand drawn typography, ligature styles and a grid system, contain intricate detail best viewed on a larger scale, hence the production of the wooden displays.
DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION Paris INTERIOR DESIGN