For almost thirty years, I have been working within the graphic design industry at a variety of agencies, studios and in-house art departments. This has provided me a wealth of experience in many traditional design disciplines, including art direction, branding, typography, illustration, advertising campaigns, creative concepts, studio management and print buying.
As the world moves ever faster into the digital space, my knowledge of web design has grown
and by working with an expert team of web developers I've helped to deliver successful UX / UI website and app projects.
In 2023, I decided to dedicate my time to building up my own client base and formed my own agency - Creative Output.
I enjoy collaborating with other professionals and have gained a healthy list of trusted contacts within the marketing, print and digital media industries, so this means I’m able take on projects of any size.
Situated centrally on the Staffordshire / Cheshire border, I have supported many local companies and helped them to launch and grow their businesses. I’ve also worked with clients further afield too and thanks to the advances in technology, presenting design work to clients across the UK is easy.
Being a freelance designer means I can offer agency standard work at very competitive rates. And because of my broad range of experience working with a diverse and interesting range of clients, I can take on projects of all kinds - including logo design, signage, business cards, flyers, menus, brochures, point of sale material, social media content and web design.
See my CV
ON A PERSONAL NOTE
I’m not all work though. Working for myself also allows me the time to give something back to the community. I volunteer as a Scout Leader, encouraging young people to try new things and challenge themselves.
I'm also a keen DIYer and enjoy exercising my creativity with personal projects, upcycling furniture and hand painting signs – oh and I’m a bit of a bedroom DJ too!
That’s enough about me – let's talk about you.
Do you have a project coming up that would benefit from my creative input?