A wealth of experience.
Design is not only my career it is my passion. Throughout my career, I have been privileged to work on print and digital projects for clients of all shapes and sizes, from SMEs to multi-million-pound blue-chips, the NHS to world-renowned brands such as 20th Century Fox, LEGO and SKY.
Each has enhanced my creativeness and as a result, my portfolio is vast. My digital marketing and design experience now include:
• Corporate branding • Advertising campaigns • Marketing (print and digital) • Exhibitions
• Conferences • Sponsorships • Events • Website design and build • Corporate communications
• Brochure and literature design • Video production • Vehicle livery • Social media (advertising and marketing)
I bring a broad range of skills to every project and I am fluent in the following software packages:
• InDesign • Photoshop • Illustrator • Keynote • WordPress • Powerpoint
I am a family man, married to my wife who I met at school when we were just 13 years old and we have four sons, who share my love for movies, sports and board games.
Skydives and bike rides.
Outside of work and family, I also like to challenge myself in other ways and often do this while supporting charities with causes close to my heart, such as Demelza House, Cancer Research, Shelter and The Rare Breeds Centre in Ashford.
Any sponsored event that I take part in needs to be something I believe will push me to my limits. Some of my proudest achievements have included completing (for three years in a row) the Great Kent Bike Ride of 62 miles across Kent’s coastlines and playing a part in a successful world record attempt for most tandem skydives completed in a single day. My jump from 15,000 feet contributed to raising some serious cash for Help For Heroes.
Walking the walk.
My last charity event was for Cancer Research UK, where I took part in Ultra White Collar Boxing match (which can watch below). I’m so proud to say that I won but it was by far the hardest challenge I have completed to date. Maybe next time I’ll tackle something more conventional like a cake sale. That will be a real challenge!