I’m James, a Designer with a wealth of experience in delivering impactful and effective campaigns for the world’s biggest brands. I can create across all digital and print media. I am an honest, hard working individual with the drive and ambition to make further progress in the creative industries. I possess a get-upand-go attitude and have achieved consistently high results in all aspects of life. I’m efficient, organised and good at keeping track of time. I am looking for studio or agency creative design positions. INTERESTS: I like to have a lot on my plate. I like to keep busy, I like to keep fit and regularly use the gym. Design is a passion of mine; I like to keep up to date with developments in all areas of design. I enjoy reading articles on developments in product and footwear design, fashion, architecture and digital design through sites like Dezeen and Hypebeast & Highsnobiety. I’ve always been actively involved in team sports and carry the knowledge that good team work is essential, but I believe individual discipline is also required. I have always had a positive outlook on life. I’m very interested in ‘Bass’ and ‘Beats’ music genres and have a passion and real respect for footwear design Please get in touch if you feel we could work together on something great. CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org +447891800284Locked Pro Plan feature
I have five years agency experience at The Marketing Store where I reached a level that I was overseeing more junior designers and leading projects. I reported into department heads and creative directors. I’ve gained a great understanding of agency processes and refined my skillset. Through my self-led projects I have displayed my entrepreneurial attitude and hopefully expressed my passion for the sports/fashion and sneaker industries.
I created in-store and marketing (pitch and presentation) materials. I was involved in the concept and development for various projects including the design and installation of a feature window design in Wholefoods, Kensington High Street.
adidas Glitch Cliques No risk, no reward. After a disappointing first year of sales and awareness for the new Glitch boots, adidas were in need of a targeted campaign that threw away the rule book and saw their boots become the new sought after item in football. Working with creative and cultural-strategic teams, another talented designer and myself led co-creation workshop sessions to establish groups or ‘Glitch Cliques’. The Cliques were to act as influencer figureheads for a campaign that raised awareness for the Glitch app. The campaign culminated in a special event where a lucky select few won the chance to attend, have great food, listen to the latest UK Grime artists, engage with football based challenges and of course, receive free merch. All of the above was realised through filtering the data we gathered in the previously mentioned workshops.