Media (CD, DVD & Blu-Ray sleeves, album & disc art etc.).
Branding / Re-branding (identity & logo design & re-design).
I have worked with a wide range of clients over the years including small start-ups, established business', bands, authors, photographers, waste management companies, food manufacturers, record labels, pubs, bars, clubs, restaurants, large drinks companies, fashion designers, even an armoury services company responsible for teaching Johnny Depp & Orlando Bloom how to fence for the Pirates movies!
I aim to give my clients the best service possible through building solid working relationships, spending time listening to my clients needs, likes & dislikes, research & good old enthusiasm for what I do, I can provide professional design solutions that help you stay ahead of your competition, with as little hassle as possible.
I have been working in digital art & design for over 10 years. Although my passion is in print design, I can transfer traditional design into a web environment.
I am flexible, friendly & always available to my clients no matter the day or time.
Am I the man for you? I'd like to think so but there's only one way to find out I guess. Give me a call for a chat about your ideas or project on:
M: 07809 696 634 or T: 01564 824 236b
Or you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your main creative activity?
Designer, Professional Creative
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I set up Who'd of Thought It in 2010, as a blog and place to share and develop ideas.
It evolved into a small community and forum to post thoughts and canvass feedback, with me entertaining the notion of perhaps collaborating on and publishing some of the content to a wider audience. After gathering some initial traction (there are some novel concepts in the archive) other ventures took precedence.
'WoTI' now serves as a occasional pleasure, scrapbook of ideas and guest posts from those who dare. But never say never!