Photography has given me the opportunity to work on many art and commercial projects, including a commission in 2008 as Artist in Residence for the Tower of London. I have also developed education projects for schools and organisations, and tutored in universities and colleges in the UK and Europe.
In 2012 I took a couple of years out to return to the workshop and learn the craft of cricket bat making. During this time I used my background in design to develop groundbreaking new shape profiles, including the Gray-Nicolls Nemesis and Scoop XVII.
Now, alongside my photography, I work in creative direction developing design strategies across print, web and social media for international brands. Mostly working in conjunction with in-house design and marketing teams I aim to create long running, cohesive visual identities that are adaptable and able to evolve with the clients’ vision.
Clients include: Gray-Nicolls, Kensington Palace, Gilbert, Grays Hockey, The Henley College, Hampton Court Palace, All-In Sport, University of Brighton and more.
I’m always happy to talk over possible assignments, education and design projects; or discuss previous work, so please feel free to get in touch.
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