My name is Niall Prideaux Graham, and I am a graduate from the University of Huddersfield in Fashion Brand Marketing. I am a hard worker, honest and motivated with a great work ethic. During my time at university, I have learned how to use the Adobe suite, specifically Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. I have also developed my academic skills, such as researching, writing, working with a team and sharing ideas. For my placement year, I spent four months at Oxfam’s Batley hub, where their online shop is based, and my role was men’s fashion e-commerce and social media. My responsibilities were to select items that were the current trend, list them on the site and promote them on social media. During my final year, I researched the tokenism of transgender people within fashion for my first project, sexuality and LGBT+ influences on fashion from the seventies to today for my dissertation and explored how to increase the accessibility of charitable second-hand fashion through designing an app for Oxfam. I have consistently succeeded throughout all of these projects, even gaining a new skill in app design and formatting through Adobe XD.