Aside from the regular 9-5, I’ve always been a restless soul when it comes to creativity. Always driven to develop my skills and other avenues of creative output. In 2007 I started labelling these side projects under the Oh-Death moniker.

Drawing on inspiration from music and pop culture references I developed a range of t-shirts. They were initially sold through my online web shop before being picked up by various boutique fashion stores. They were later released as limited-edition screen prints via Little Art Book.

Under the same name, I also ran a music blog from 2007-2013. As well as regular new music posts, club event listings and interviews with up-and-coming DJ’s, I also used it as a platform for my own DJ mixtapes and events.

In 2011, A few likeminded artists, designers and myself decided to collaborate and produce a regular newspaper called Bastard Measure; a typographic term used in newspapers for any non-standard width for a column of text. Each issue would feature a selection of illustration, photography and mixed media all in response to a common theme. Across 3 issues we contributed mixed media pieces on the themes Reflection, Belief and The Senses.