Résumé

I have been designing in a professional environment for over 10 years, primarily for the events and consumer experiential sector.

I am often involved in the complete cycle of the design process, from content generation to implementing client feedback to producing print-ready files – all with meticulous attention to detail and adhering to brand guidelines.

I am used to working with unusual ideas and challenging output formats, as well as liaising with printers and suppliers to create the desired solution with the greatest impact. I am also no stranger to very tight deadlines

Relevant employment

 

2008 – Present: Freelance designer.

I have been responsible for designing and creating artwork for a number of global brands and projects. These include:

Vodafone – internal office space design
The Bailey’s 2014 Prize for Women’s Fiction award ceremony
2013 & 2014 Vodafone Group and Enterprise conference
The Pepsico Cafe at the World Economic Forum
Stand – website and marketing materials
Asda Christmas
XBOX Kinect launch event
M&M’s World London opening
Centrica Energy internal staff training
Jack Daniel’s ‘JD Set’ music events
Forevermark Global Event Toolkit
Vodafone – 4G launch tour
Lynx Instinct launch tour

 

2005 – 2007: In-house designer at OOTB Communications Ltd.

Head of design at a leading, London-based communications agency, working alongside clients such as:

Unilever
Freud Communications
Visit London / Mayor of London
London 2012 Olympic Games organising committee
Jack Daniel’s
Sony Entertainment
Indesit
O2
Pepsico
Biss Lancaster
AOL
BBC
BBH
Debenhams
Nestlé
Amnesty International
British Gas
Toshiba
Crowne Plaza
Moët & Chandon


Relevant skills

 

I am fully proficient with the following software:

Photoshop
Illustrator
InDesign
Premiere Pro
Audition
After Effects
Sketchup
Deamweaver
Animate

I also have extensive photographic skills including lighting, shooting and post-production / retouching.

I have an excellent standard of written English and can write compelling copy. I am aware of the need to tailor language for different audiences and media channels.