Harley Sindall
As a soon-to-be Illustration graduate, I would consider myself a designer above all. I love all things packaging, print, and pattern design, as well as dabbling in children’s picture books and editorial illustration. I approach all my work with sensitivity and draw mainly from personal experience. This is important to me, as I see my work as something for others to take comfort in. This can be seen particularly in my 'Feel Real' mental health first aid kit designed for those struggling with dissociative disorders, and my children’s picture book 'The Secret', which tackles the difficult topic of separation anxiety in a way that is understandable to younger children. I have also had an editorial illustration chosen and published in the running magazine 'Like The Wind', and had a print featured in an International Women’s Day Exhibition at The Carousel. I hope to pursue a design driven career that incorporates my passion for illustration with my love for packaging and print design.
BA (Hons) Illustration