What do you do when you are not working?

I play the ukulele poorly, the drums well; I paint and make prints in my spare time – exhibiting sporadically. I also like to ride my bicycle bicycle bicyyyyy-cle.

I can’t see what I am looking for – do you have any more samples of work?

I certainly do. I have worked on a wide range of projects and brands so if you are interested in something specific then please get in touch. Just outline your requirements and I will get back to you asap.

Can I have a copy of your CV?

Yep yep – just click here.

Who have you worked with?

Some of my clients include BBC Worldwide, Braintree Clothing, Brompton Bicycles, Cath Kidston, The Discovery Channel, Disney, Goodmans, The London Transport Museum, Lulu Guiness, Nottingham Trent University and OKA Interior Design.

What projects have you worked on?

Illustration: Livery, fashion, music releases, posters, cover art, web graphics, puzzles, packaging, product mock-ups, technical drawings, infographics, mock-ups, live visualisations and architectural sketches.

Print work:
Magazine design, information memorandums, presentations, catalogues, advertising, posters, POS, window vinyls, flyers, look books, invites, merchandise, banners, packaging, layouts and typographical studies.

Digital work: Web design, email campaigns, web banners, digital covers, animated gifs, image archives and interactive PDF’s.

Branding: For both start up business’ and large corporations including logo design, brand books, corporate ID’s, presentations and implementation across all platforms (imagery, typography, colour, web and print).

Do you work with anyone outside of London?

I live in central London and mostly work with companies I can easily commute to. I do however, have a few clients around the country (Gloucestershire, Nottingham etc) and I would be happy to discuss travel arrangements if you needed me on site. Alternatively, if you are happy to work remotely this should not be an issue and I will happily travel for briefings and handovers.

Do you do ‘set price’ projects?

I’m afraid this is a big no. I find set cost projects tend to flounder. I only get paid when working so I think its only fair we should both be under the pressure of project costings. I happily give estimates based around previous similar projects and promise to remain transparent about costings with timed and itemised invoices. If you would like further info about this please do get in touch.

Do you have any other web presence?

Yes I do. These are very active and most definitely the best place to get an idea of what I do.

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