HOW AN ERROR BECAME A CAREER Having applied for an Art & Design course, an admin error by the college enrolled me on to a Graphic Design course instead, and then and there was left with the decision to either do the design course or wait a another year, 15 years later and degree from London Metropolitan University. That little admin error landed me with a career that lets me be as imaginative and creative as my mind will let me be. I BRING IDEAS TO LIFE With 10 years industry experience. Working with a wide and diverse range of clients from start ups to well established brands from different sectors such as: The Beauty Industry The Food and Drinks Industry Events Management Travel Retail Sector Sports Management With each project I undertake, I offer a bespoke service to the client and before I pitch ideas to them, I offer a one on one consultancy, so I can get an idea of the company or brands strategy, strengths and approach, so none of this is compromised in the design.Locked Pro Plan feature
In house Graphic Designer for one of the leading suppliers of Watches, Jewellery, Electronics, Gifts, Perfume and Cosmetics to the Travel Retail Industry. As part of the design and marketing team, we produce advertising campaigns, point of sales materials for sales team, product pack shots for online and print, web banners, and display materials such as stands and back drops.
The Home Office is a ministerial department of the Government of the United Kingdom, responsible for immigration, security, and law and order. My role within this position was as technical support for Quark Xpress but I also use a number of software including Illustrator, Photoshop and Microsoft office. This involves assisting the application forms team in redesigning the layout and look of documents, mainly application forms. Other duties include organising and delivering crash courses in the software needed to produce the documents for groups of 4. I also have to be in contact with the printers on a regular basis by e-mail or telephone when sending the documents off to print to make sure that the files are sent are at a correct size and that nothing is missing from them.