Now based in the London office, Ollie’s raring to get reacquainted with some of the big projects he was involved with during his internship. That includes The Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and Everton Football Club’s new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock.
He’s also keen to push emerging digital technologies that can complement traditional wayfinding solutions. Not only that, he’s hoping to use his video and digital media skills to present Endpoint’s work in new ways.
Whilst confident in more technical design, Ollie’s looking to hone the conceptual side of design, exploring overarching concepts that take an entire building and location into consideration.
Despite being at university for the past year, Ollie slipped back comfortably into life at Endpoint. He vividly recalls some of the key projects he worked on, like the donor board at the Royal Academy Of Music and he’s excited to see how they developed in his absence.
Interning during the pandemic was a strange experience, and now Ollie’s looking forward to working in the office alongside other designers, where experience and advice are readily available, and easily shared.
Welcome back, Ollie!