Emily Hazelton

Middle Weight Graphic Designer

  • LocationFleet, United Kingdom



  • Advertising
  • Visual Arts
  • Print Design
  • Design
  • Excel
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint
  • Word
  • Print Digital

Work history


Middle Weight Graphic Designer

Culinary Concepts

Apr 2014
  • Responsibilities: - Create all in-house design work including: - Flyers - E-mailers - Website content such as flash slides and icons - Brochures - Leaflets - Packaging for new and old products - Magazine Adverts - Proofing artwork - Create all brochures, from small 56 page brochures to the large 240 page catalogue for the company, from starting design to development to final production. - Manage printing quotes for all artwork, specifically the brochures. I gather all quotes and then liaise and follow the processes closely with the printers with constant communication on the phone, e-mails, checking wet proofs, checking the colour and choosing paper weights and types. - Product design - I have created a large amount of product design for the company, from growing current collections to idea development for new collections. I create these using Photoshop manipulation and sketching. Some big stockists I have done some product design for is John Lewis and the Savoy London Hotel. - Help out our customer service team by answering the phone when needed, to advise and help customers to the best of my ability. - Manage photo shoots, creating shoot lists, helping set up, discussing what we need for the final outcome. - Manage our new junior designer who has recently joined our team on a half time basis. Making sure work is distributed evenly and to motivate and to help whenever needed. - Liaise with trade customers to provide them with any imagery they need. - Create presentations for trade customers to display our new collections and ideas we have for the future. - Manage several projects at once, organising and completing deadlines on time. - Create 3-D mock up's to display ideas and concepts in a physical manner to help develop the project. - Create specification sheets for new products, liaise with manufactures and colleagues to gather the appropriate information and display it so it can be easily read, accessed and followed.