I designed a mirror that was shaped like a man - More importantly it retails for £9.99 and combines a jewellery holder smile and coat hook. (Who said that a Gillette razor is the most engineered product under £10).
I also designed a range of luxury dog beds, which were inspired by the likes of: Dali, Bauhaus and ofcourse a mini chaise longue and mini 4 poster bed.
I asked the universe for a change and aimed to move to London in April 2013
I escaped the clutches of discount furniture hell and got the chance to work for Vogue in April 2013 - handing in my notice was reminiscent of leaving Manchester Opera House by posting them my badge and waistcoat)
I got hit by a car on my bike the day before my last day of Mirror Hell - My boss was concerned that the £1 clocks just wouldn't get finished on time - They didn't.
I discovered that you can get ANYTHING in Walthamstow.
I met a man called Ramasax on the tube and thanks to the infamous Dom Kelly - he played Careless Whisper on a Saxaphone in my living room.
I started working as a freelance designer and realised I could pretty much take on any job as long as I had the #confidence
The Great Gatsby.
I worked for Julian Opie, who was my first graphic influence. It felt satisfyingly circular.
I never thought the words 'Ninky Nonk' and 'Pinky Ponk' would appear in a serious graphic brief.
I went to Benicàssim and realised I should have took Phillip Meachin's advice and rented a Villa. #2014.
I've still not mastered how to get home from Peckham before 6am
Discovered the joy of Mozzarella as Apple.
My twin moved to London and life got a bit more hilarious.
I re-affirmed that K is forever my ridiculous partner in crime.
I kissed Callum Littler.
In December 2013 I accepted a job offer from Net-A-Porter and so the journey continues...
Hashtags of the year:
#glamoursloth #careersloth #domsdemise #confidence #vogue #whybother #bitch #retina #bose #NwasLsfirstlove #hummerlimo #carrieandbrody4ever