I’m a passionate creative soul who has always been happiest when either designing, drawing, printmaking or taking photographs.
I’m a graphic designer with over 20 years experience in creating commercial designs, artwork and visual communication.
My creative answers to commercial and not-for-profit challenges cover: design for licensed stationery merchandise, agency work across multiple clients, packaging and design for print, and product releases and collateral for healthcare and rare disease causes.
From a skill set point of view I’d describe myself as a “Jack of all trades, and master of some!”.
You’re welcome to contact me if you’d like to find out how I can help you with your design and creative needs.
Image credit: Onur Pinar
Companies and brands I’ve worked with include:
Logo for Vasculitis drugs trial at Cambridge University Hospital
Rougue on the Road US pilot TV series and series of podcasts (shown here on a t-shirt)
Logo for Lindsey Brown, Virtual Assistant
Design for print.
Disney-Pixar’s Toy Story themed stationery
Graphics on snack van at National Trust property – Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge
Kodak Professional film packaging cartons
Design for web.
Graphics for CRDN’s RAREFEST20, an virtual festival hosted on the VFair platform (lobby area shown above)
‘Patient Journey’ poster for Vasculitis UK & Winner of 2017 CRDN poster design competition
Winston, an entry into The Great British Postcard Competition
Comissioned piece. The whole piece is a combination of hand drawn and digital artwork
Mill Road, Cambridge Winter Fair
Cambridge Rare Disease Network RAREfest 2018 – Unique Feet dance performance
‘Environment and Me’ for European Environment Agency, Belgium (image is a screenshot taken from EEA promo video)
I’m not a blogger but…
My entry into the 2021WWF art competition. The WWF brief was to use your artistic discipline to visualise how we can best live in harmony...
Launched in April 2020, Cambridge University Library’s Collecting COVID-19 initiative aimed to build a collaborative history of the coronavirus outbreak and capture the experience of the Collegiate University and the city of Cambridge.
Just before the nation was locked down in March, I had the feeling that we were about to go through something ‘unprecedented’. We were going to be living through a period in time that was going to be in history books in years to come.
After enjoying summer school so much as last year I signed up again for this year. Photos to follow...
I’ve attended 4 printmaking workshops run by my friend John Piper. John and I worked together at Kodak in Harrow, London. He now teaches at a couple of universities and runs his own printmaking studio just outside Cambridge and is a member of Cambridge Open Studios.
Artwork I created for the ‘Cambridge Seen’ charity art exhibition for the local charity Rowan Humberstone.