Empowerment through support

FTM London, the 20+ year old peer support group for trans masculine people was changing their name. FTM, long associated with Female-to-Male, was an old fashioned term that didn’t fit with the ethos of the group.

To welcome members who are trans masculine but don’t identify with either male or female they needed a new name.

The new name TransM London, was developed into the logo which has nods to the * at the end of Trans* as well as empowerment through speech and sharing with the speech bubble tail.

Accessibility consultantion: Kat Cuthbert

Harry Thory is a graphic designer, moving image maker, and general legend (thanks mum).

He has three rules in life: put your pants on before your trousers, point out every dog you see, and do the goodest work for the goodest people. By following these rules, he has built a portfolio that includes print design, illustration, film, animation and online content.

Outside of the studio, you may find Harry expertly sourcing vegan croissants, semi successfully hitting a softball in a nearby park, or struggling up a slight incline on his bike.

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Harry currently lives in England with all the other people that live there.