Special Projects

As a creative professional, I’ve had the opportunity to work on a number of specialty projects and I’ve found that each one presents its own unique set of challenges and rewards.

Special projects often require a higher degree of creativity and innovation, or they may have a particular significance or importance to a client, an organisation or a creative idea close to my heart.

What I love most about these projects is the potential to surpass the boundaries of what’s possible, both creatively and technically. This often requires thinking outside of the box and coming up with innovative solutions to complex challenges, which can be incredibly rewarding when the end result exceeds expectations.

These projects also require a high level of planning, communication, and collaboration in order to ensure that everyone is working towards a shared goal. This often means working closely with clients, and other creative professionals to ensure that all aspects of the project is aligned and on track.

One personal project I recently completed was a pitch for an international beauty brand. By researching this brand’s unique aesthetic alongside the photographer and set designer, I helped shape the overall image to showcase the brand’s minimalistic aesthetic. It was a rewarding project, as I saw our shared vision come to life in a series of images.

I find that special assignments offer a unique opportunity to create something truly memorable and impactful, both for the client and myself as a creative professional. They allow me to explore new ideas and expand my own boundaries, while also delivering something that has the potential to make a lasting impact in the world. Whether it’s a one-time project or a long-term engagement, these projects are always an exciting challenge, and I feel incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to work on them.