Image courtesy of Theo Bridge
Northern Irish digital designer/developer here. I could say I love going to the movies etc. but that's a bit obvious. I do really love music (electronic), I used to do a student radio show at university. I have a "make your own success" kind of attitude and applied this to my own magazine I started a few years ago.
So a bit of backstory: In 2008 I graduated from University of Ulster with a 2:1 degree in Interactive Multimedia Design. The following year, I studied a Masters and graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Multidisciplinary Design. This period of study and practice was the year that made me a designer, building my confidence and learning to dig a little deeper.
In July 2010 I joined Huguenot, an award-winning Irish branding and design agency. I then moved to London and contracted on various roles and jobs. I spent two years at John Lewis working on large national campaigns and smaller day-to-day projects.
ODOU was a self-initiated, self-run printed magazine I started in 2013. It went on to win literary awards for fragrance journalism and was stocked in Tate Modern, London.