I have been providing design solutions for print and digital for more than a decade.

Establishing strong brands is at the heart of what I do. I’ve created magazines and journals for organisations including the Royal Air Force, Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO), OECD and the African Union. My experience is broad; developing marketing campaigns and producing brochures for international shows, including the air shows at Farnborough, Paris and Dubai, and the Travel Loyalty conferences in London and Las Vegas.

Senior designer
Collinson Group, London 
September 2015 – August 2016

Art director
Newsdesk Media, London
October 2012 – August 2015

Art editor
Newsdesk Media, London
April 2011 – October 2012

Air Transport Publications, London
November 2007 – April 2011

Junior designer
Key Publishing, Stamford
February 2004 – November 2007

Researching latest trends to deliver the most appropriate and memorable design possible
Creating seamless designs for print or digital, executing from concept to design, through to production
Presenting concepts to excite stakeholders and clients
Developing companies’ branding by understanding their business needs
Generating visual designs for new business pitches
Communicating with the wider team members to cross-pollinate ideas
Designing for international markets in multiple languages
Managing workflow of projects, working within a budget and liaising with other departments
Coordinating with external suppliers, managing quotes and project deadlines

Adobe: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Muse
Microsoft: PowerPoint, Word, Excel
CMS: Adobe Business Catalyst and Wordpress

General Assembly 2015
User Experience design

Northumbria University  2000 – 2003
BA (Hons) Graphic design, 2.1

Stamford College  1999 – 2000
BTEC Art and design foundation, Merit

Publishing masterclass  February 2017
Design Museum

Communication masterclass  May 2016
Collinson Group / Institute of Leadership & Management

How to be creative  November 2014
The School of Life, London

My Moleskine notebook, fineliner, sticky notes, cup of coffee (no milk please) and people with a good sense of humour.

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