Wayne Bilton

Wayne Bilton

Freelance VisualiserLondon, United Kingdom
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Wayne Bilton

Wayne Bilton

Freelance VisualiserLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Over the past 18 years I have been creating high quality visuals for some of the biggest and best loved brands in the world. From Budweiser, Stella Artois, Heinz and Mars through to small start up companies such as Hippeas and Ugly Water. I create bespoke visuals at every stage of the deign process from concept through to photo realistic finished imagery used for a variety of media platforms. Previously Director of Visualising at Jones Knowles Ritchie, I was responsible for the direction and delivery of the highest quality image solutions for many award winning campaigns including Ugly Water and The Gut Stuff (both personally credited on D&AD Pencil Winning entries for 2018) , Miller Harris and Butterfly Twist. Specialising in Cinema 4D and Photoshop I render technically accurate visuals. I am highly skilled at creative retouching for any final imagery. With strong leadership and management skills I can work equally well independently or part of a team. Based remotely, can work from a studio if required. Client list available on request.
Projects credited in
  • Miller Harris - Tender & Scherzo
    Miller Harris - Tender & ScherzoThe pages of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender Is The Night contain many things. Love and loss. Vibrancy and darkness. Beauty and violence. And for London perfume house Miller Harris, a brief. Inspired by the novel’s fleeting moment of transcendence: “a scherzo of colour” in a Riviera Garden, Miller Harris set perfumers, publishers, florists and designers alike a challenge: to bring Fitzgerald’s words to life. Our design creates a rich, visual language of bleeding colour and scattered ink, imbuing
  • Ugly
    UglyIn a world of fake news and artificial sweetener, Ugly keep it real. The first 100% natural, fruit-infused sparkling water, they’ve stood as the healthy alternative to the sugar-saturated mainstream since 2015. But to take their message to the masses, they needed a brand world every bit as bold and uncompromising as their product. We call it ‘The Ugly Truth’ – a mission to fight for (and have fun with). Provocative in tone and playful in style, the rebrand has given this underdog plenty of bit
  • The Gut Stuff
    The Gut StuffGuts have never been so important. But while new research reveals more about the link between our gut health and general wellbeing, the facts are being lost amidst the fads. Luckily, The Gut Stuff is here to get to the bottom of it. Their goal is to make gut health digestible, simplifying the science so we all know our insides inside out. Our identity found the perfect medium to help their message blow up: balloons. Humanising and humorous, the branding makes talking sticky subjects easy, wi
  • Butterfly Twists
    Butterfly TwistsButterfly Twists is a fashion brand that sells pumps, wellies and ballet shoes that fit perfectly into the lives of young urban women. Our key thought – ‘Never stick, Twist’ – captured the role of the brand in empowering women to get ahead of the curve. Our take on the brand’s butterfly logo became a living, breathing entity that grew, tessellated and multiplied as it spread its wings. Not just a framework for brand consistency and recognition, it could also be a platform for visual twists, la
    IRN-BRUFrequently described as ‘Scotland’s other drink’ (after whisky), IRN-BRU is one of the nation’s most treasured brands. Inspired by the famous ‘Made from Girders’ ad campaign from the 1980s, our creative solution was centred around ‘industry and strength’. This inspired the introduction of the ‘I’ girder device which encases the redrawn word mark, and the resurrection of the strong man which featured on the brand’s original label.
  • The Diana Award
    The Diana AwardDedicated to the idea that young people can change the world, The Diana Award carries on the charitable legacy of Princess Diana. But the organization needed help communicating their vision to a new generation of change makers. Our task was to create a truly flexible system, capable of redefining the brand for a new era, inside and out. We focused on Diana herself, refashioning the profile of one of the world’s most glamorous and photographed women and evolving the visual language and brand mes
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Work history
    Jones Knowles Ritchie logo
    Jones Knowles Ritchie logo
    Director of VisualisingJones Knowles Ritchie
    London, United KingdomFull Time
  • Creative Visualisation
  • 3D Visualisation
  • Visual Manager