About Me

I have worked in London most of my career as a Designer for various design and advertising companies, gaining experience in print design, advertising, branding and packaging. This has enabled me to build an impressive portfolio, demonstrating a rich diversity of work with design solutions that surpassed clients expectations.
In this exciting environment I have taken briefs from initial design concepts through visual mock-ups and on to final print stage, liaising with clients, reprographic houses and printers.

My commitment is to produce design quality of the highest standard with a distinct attention to detail and providing an excellent level of service.

For the past 11 years I had worked as a Designer/3D Artist for an advertising agency called VCCP which was launched in 2002 by Charles Vallance, Adrian Coleman, Rooney Carruthers and Ian Priest. I began there on a freelance basis, in 2003, when the total number of staff members were approximately 30, and thereafter I joined full-time in May 2004. Their main clients include O2, McLaren, Compare The Market, Hiscox, Molson Coors, Telefonica and many more. Working in the Studio, I was involved in producing a wide range of high-quality work and design solutions as well as 3D visuals for our clients. Now VCCP has over 600 staff with offices in London, Madrid, Prague, Sydney, Berlin and Paris.

I left VCCP at the end of July 2014 to take a well earned break and have been freelancing since the beginning of 2015 as Designer/3D Artist based in London.

This site allows me the opportunity to show you my portfolio, which not only displays my dedication towards design but also the ideas and skills I have developed in the commercial environment. I hope these will contribute in some small way to the overall success of the companies I will work along with on future projects.

If you have any future projects or work that you would like to discuss with me I can be reached on my mobile or through my email address.

I do hope you will enjoy looking around my website and any comments you would like to make will be gratefully received.



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