My name is Steph and I am a
island and mainland dweller, daughter of two great parents, 5 foot 7 dark haired female, snack and overall food enthusiast, best friend to a few great humans,

as well as a graphic designer.
See some of my work below.

My name is Steph and I am a
island and mainland dweller, daughter of two great parents, 5 foot 7 dark haired female, snack and overall food enthusiast, best friend to a few great humans,

as well as a graphic designer.
See some of my work below.


Turas is an addiction counselling service and charitable organisation in Ireland.
This was a rebrand project, taking a dated brand and making it more impactful,
emotive and contemporary for a wider audience.

For this brand, illustration, colour and friendly understanding
copywriting was used to create an emotive and understanding brand
identity. Metaphorical images for the illustrations and conversational
language aimed to destigmitise addiction and create more awareness.
Brand identity created at Grandson Design Studio.


The Magnet is a creative event management agency that puts attendee
experience at the heart of everything it creates. For this branding project
we used punchy copywriting and typography to stand out from it's competitors.
Along with taking inspiration from the 'Golden Era' of advertising.

This project included, print and web design.
Brand identity created at Grandson Design Studio.
Photography by Jake Heavey.


Nailtopia is a beauty salon that primarily focuses on the art of nails.
A small business that needed room to grow and a platform that could do this.
Through illustration, I created a bright, friendly and contemporary tone of
voice that was inclusive for everyone.

A lot of this brand was to be seen on social media, so it had to
be impactful in one image. This project included print, digital
and branding design.


Avril Flynn is a midwife and childbirth educator. She specialises in antenatal care and progressive
new therapies, as well as being in the public eye for her expertise in this area. Starting out with her
own business, she needed a new brand that reflected her and her work. Using her as a voice for
the project, illustration and copywriting was key to the brand's tone of voice.

This project included print, web design, copywriting as well as branding. Breaking down her business into
four packages, we were able to create a welcome pack for her new clients that was inclusive to all families.
Keeping gender and stereotypes out of the imagery and language.


Litte Talks is an organisation that creates suitable prison communication
programmes between young people and their relatives in prison through
letter writing and the proposal of video diaries.

In Ireland there is a lack of information about how many young people have
parents or relatives who are in prison. Young people aged 14 – 18 years of age
are a high risk of being the invisible victims to their relatives crimes.

Through letter writing and the proposal of video diaries I aim to create a new way of communication
for the relative and the young person that allows them to keep their relationship strong and not let it
wear away over time while they are imprisoned. Reaching this target audience I aim to stop the stereotype
where the child follows in the parents footsteps, and help stop the cycle of re-offending as convicts manage better
when released from prison with better support systems from their family members, even if it is just one person.


The Lollipop Man is a film about a idiosyncratic middle aged man who is a lollipop
man. He lives a colourful life with a childlike view on the world, but with a strict
routine. This brief required a film title sequence to be made for a final year film
student, including DVD packaging and other ephemera. It has heavy influences from
the director Wes Anderson and his films.

I used illustration and bold typography that reflected this.
The DVD packaging was based around the idea of a children’s
book. The film also included a campaign for the movie which
involved making a poster.


This website was designed and developed by me.

This website was designed and developed by me.