I’m a seasoned designer (25+ years) of the problem-solving kind, with an eye for clean aesthetics and good detail. I work mostly in marketing communications, building websites, designing brand identities and crafting data-driven graphics.
I enjoy getting involved in wide variety of areas throughout the marketing process for my clients – both creative and technical. This can mean anything from project planning and research, generating concepts, design detailing, to technical integrations and automated processes.
After many years at design agencies I wanted to work more closely with the people my designs helped. So these days you’ll mostly find me in my studio in Hertfordshire where I work with international clients on their brand communications. The projects I work on are mostly visual brand updates, website redesigns and data-driven graphics.
A brand tool for designers I co-founded with a developer friend. Create one central web page with all your brand’s details and assets.
iOS app of curated free calm spaces in London. One of my #nocode experiments – this was built with Glide and Google Sheets.
This is a small collection of my photography, something I currently so as a hobby.
Where I started
I started out in the mid-90s designing and developing brands and marketing communications at big name agencies in London, including The Team, Lambie-Nairn, Brand Union and Turnbull Ripley. You can read more about this part of my career on my LinkedIn profile.
Between 2009 and 2014 I was frequently contracted for Carphone Warehouse. This involved design leadership (incl. UI & UX) on their My Hub web and mobile apps, including a number of trips to California to oversee implementation. I also lead the redesign of the Geek Squad UK website, and provided UX and design planning for a mobile insurance product.