Ellen Sawle

Graphic Designer & Shoot Co-ordinator

  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom



  • Advertising
  • Film
  • Marketing PR
  • Branding
  • Corporate Identity
  • Print Design
  • Art Direction
  • Typography
  • Brand Identity
  • Design
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Office
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint

Work history


Graphic Designer & Shoot Co-ordinator


Aug 2014
  • INJOY In November 2015, Deliverance started making changes to the business. So although in the same company, we are transitioning the business to INJOY. My role stayed essentially the same but I was involved in the total rebrand of the company. From creating a whole new batch of marketing material and new menu, to helping with the design of the new website, to having a twelve-day photoshoot that I organised all aspects of, including a billboard shoot. I am also in the process, with a colleague, of creating a whole marketing campaign to raise awareness for the new brand. This includes finding local businesses to collaborate with, to organising a launch party, looking at the costs of my ideas and am in the process of taking over the social aspects of the business. I have expanded on the skills that I have learnt whilst being with the company, as well as taking on new challenges, and now feel confident that I am a strong member of the team. Deliverance In this role, I have grew a lot in a relatively short space of time. When I first joined I was working mainly on the printed menus to be sent out and any accompanying marketing material, as well as doing interesting posts for social media, but as time went on I was given more and more responsibilities. Six months ago I was put in charge of organising the photoshoots for new menus, web and social. I plan out what the shoot will look like, source photographers, stylists, props and on the day I am art director on set. As well as this new aspect of my role, my other daily tasks include creating web banners, building newsletters and sending them out, creating social posts and always planning for next menu, as well as any ‘surprise and delight’ design ideas.