My interest in graphic design started at the age of eight. I didn’t know it at the time, but the hours I spent drawing the Ghostbusters logo and sketching the Back to the Future movie poster were my earliest attempts at working with typography, colour and layout.
Thankfully, I’ve gained a little more more experience since then.
In the 25 years since, I’ve achieved a graphic design degree at the University for the Creative Arts, industry experience with an agency, and been freelancing for over a decade.
Becoming a freelancer was an easy choice. Working more directly with clients, I can share in their passion and – best of all – play a part in their success. All while offering value that larger, slower, and more expensive agencies simply can’t.