I am a graphic designer based in Lutterworth, Leicestershire, with 10 years experience in the field. More recently I have transitioned into web design services to provide my customers with everything they need to get up and running in one place. I specialise in helping small businesses and sole traders go from nothing to having a full business presence out in the world.

Professional Background

My graphic design career started in 2012. After becoming qualified, I started doing as much as possible for small businesses and individuals in the local area of Burton-on-Trent. Designing their logos, brand identities and various promotional print to get out in the world.

After moving to the Manchester region in 2015, I was hired by Tameside Council and spent the proceeding years working on big stuff. Projects and services aimed at improving peoples lives, rather than trying to sell a product. Clients and employers included the NHS, Public Health England and Tameside Council (amongst many others) and my design experience now included large format print and digital advertising.

When the pandemic struck, I used the time to become qualified in Web UX/UI design to aid my clients who kept asking “why don’t you build websites?” I also wanted to return to the world of freelance due to the wide array of job specifications it provides.

These days I offer a full suite of design requirements to cover your needs, with excellent levels of service throughout the design process. I am passionate about working with clients to translate what is in their head into reality.

At the end of the day your success is my success, its as simple as that, so why not get in touch today?

Technical Skills

This is just a small selection of some of the softwares and technical programs that I use to bring my clients and customers ideas to life.

Awards and Recogntion

In 2022 I re-designed both the website and logo of Sahara Cafes Norwich and was honoured by the World Logo Awards (WOLDA) with a Bronze Medal in the Logo Redesign Category.

Using advanced design techniques including the golden ratio and negative space for the first time, I managed to create a logo that was both sympathetic to their old design and included two images in one, whilst being mathematically pure at the same time.

I was am extremely honoured by their recognition, given that it was both my first time entering and the scope of the participants involved  was daunting. I hope to follow it up with even more designs in the coming years.

Working for the public sector gave me the opportunity to work on campaigns aimed at improving peoples lives, rather than selling products or services.

The Open Up campaign aimed to highlight male domestic abuse awareness in Tameside and was recognised by the UK Public Sector Communication Awards team for having a “big impact for a small price”. This led to us winning in the Low Budget Campaign of the Year and Local Communications Team of the Year categories.

I was immensly proud of the solutions we found for the budget requirements, the artwork and how many people the campaign helped in the community.

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