Paper worlds and conscious creativity
Lately I’ve been trying to focus some of my personal projects on the natural world and conservation to help raise awareness and highlight the ever-growing gap between humans and nature.
What we communicate through our imagery can have a massive impact on what is considered to be the social norm. As creatives we produce imagery that millions see everyday so lets try to make it mindful and contest what we don’t agree with so that our work fits in-line with what our world needs today.
Illustrator & paper artist
Sam is a Bristol-based independent Illustrator and Paper Artist.
She directs, designs, cuts and hand crafts all of her creations from a range of fine quality papers and regularly collaborates with talented designers, photographers, videographers and production companies to produce eye-catching, unforgettable work.
Her paper sculptures are used both commercially and artistically, for a variety of different purposes ranging from ad and awareness campaigns, set design, editorial and publishing predominantly in the events, travel, beauty and food + drink sectors.
Sam has a passion for the environment and sustainability. She enjoys working with clients who make a positive difference for our fragile planet. She has produced work for a range of clients, including: Lush, Chilly’s Bottles, Origins, City and Eurometropole Strasbourg, Goldsmiths University of London, Wimbledon Tennis, Mullen Lowe Group and Visit Bristol.