A proactive and open-minded designer with great attention to detail. I have a resilient nature, a strong sense of aesthetics and good old-fashioned work ethic. As a designer with two years of experience at a visual communications agency, I have effectively created a variety of design solutions and built up a wide knowledge of design based programs. I’m flexible, organised and quick to pick up new skills. My main interests are branding and motion graphics but I will try anything thrown my way. I love a challenge and have the enthusiasm and determination to ensure I make a success of it. I am keen to build on my current experience and join a progressive and ambitious design team.Locked Pro Plan feature
Supporting the Creative Director and account managers in the delivery of specialist design solutions across a range of media, for the purposes of branding, live events, marketing and internal communications. While at Bamboo Creative, I learned to work in the fast-paced environment of an agency and on most occasions I was allowed to work directly with clients in order to best meet their requirements. I’ve worked individually and collaboratively on a number of projects. These have included, but are not limited to, the design and creation of event branding, digital and print collateral, and formatting artwork and layout. I have also created explainer animations, corporate presentations and exhibition stand artwork.
http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/projects/ones-watch The Design Council's 70 Ones to Watch have been selected from hundreds of entrants for their outstanding vision, ambition and potential to contribute to the UK’s reputation as a leading design nation. We’re proud to showcase their designs as part of our 70th anniversary celebrations. For us, turning 70 isn’t about looking back at our history, it’s about looking ahead and thinking about designing our future. Their showcase encompasses an array of disciplines – from architecture to textile design and most things in between – and they have taken on a range of relevant issues, pushing at the boundaries of what design should and could do.