I am an experienced graphic designer with a broad interest into current trends and like to keep up-to-date with the movement within the industry. I have experience in B2B and B2C design working on digital campaign creative and seasonal campaign directions for both print and digital with clients such as Fitbit, Three UK, Sainsbury's, George Clarke's Amazing productions and many more.Locked Pro Plan feature
In my role as Junior Designer & Artworker I have been thrown into working in a fast paced integrated studio, working amongst a creative team with clients such as; George Clark’s Council House Scandal, National College of High Speed Rail, Marketing Manchester, Brio & One Manchester.
- Russian Doll is a tech sector creative agency, I have worked on a range of cliets such as Fitbit, Tile, Airbubbl, and Lifx. - I have created point-of-sale creative, digital campaign creative and seasonal campaign directions. Whilst developing and furthering my understanding of technical skills and sticking to brand guidelines for various companies.
ntern / Assistant working on design assets and co-ordination of events during the 2 week festival. I worked alongside sponsors such as Fred Aldous and met regularly with the artists and designers involved in various events, in order to co-ordinate installations/workshops with them.
- I Worked on a range of print, branding and web projects for a variety of clients ranging from, The design museum to Fedrogoni 365. - Fully responsible for the Fedrogoni 365 project from start to finish including art working. - Created various vector graphics for some clients. - Assisted on checking copy, and proof reading books before they were sent to print.
- I worked on a range of design projects for a variety of clients ranging from Sainsbury’s to Three UK. - Liasoning with video/film teams, account handlers and creative directors working within the studio and on set for some advertisements. - Creating regular content for social media accounts, including being solely responsible for the Tap to Reveal Sainsbury’s Facebook campaign.