Resourceful multidisciplinary designer with a love of typography and a keen eye for detail. Delivers conceptual work guided by research and strategic goals to communicate messages clearly and purposefully. Enjoys being immersed in the narrative of every project; exploring new processes and techniques and confident working across the whole spectrum of media from traditional print to the screen and emerging digital platforms. Experienced working within teams or individually and on projects of varying scale, budget or time restraints; including live events, branding, editorial and web design. Adept at fulfilling a wide range of roles, taking projects from concept to delivery - including presentation, client-facing and production where necessary. Listens to and understands brief objectives, combining broad technical knowledge and experience with a rigorous, dedicated but flexible approach to deliver positive results and satisfy clients’ requirements.Locked Pro Plan feature
Working as a freelance designer for many agencies spanning a broad scope of work. Projects demand both design and production for all type of events, from conferences and shows to bespoke parties - and will involve concept development, branding and graphics. Printed and digital deliverables include website design and build, animation and printed collateral; operating within creative teams also frequently demands client-facing and supplier meetings.
Integrating within multidisciplinary teams to design, develop and deliver museum, interior, conference and exhibition projects in global locations for leading brands and organisations such as Astra, British Airways, DEFRA, HP, McLaren, Microsoft, MOD, O2, Playstation, Shell, Sony and Xerox. Working from brief through to site surveys and production, this role demanded a broad range of skills, involving frequent client, supplier and internal meetings to refine key objectives, deliverables and workload schedules. Working closely with various creative and production specialists ensured client goals were central throughout project evolution and production process was expedient. Artwork was often large in scale and volume; ranging from stage sets and backdrops to signage - but also comprising smaller collateral such as packaging, guides, microsites and branded giveaways.
Working with a nationwide publishing group, principal responsibilities were to design digital and printed work in editorial and advertising sections across a range of magazines and websites; taking jobs from brief through to publication while liaising closely with production team.