There are many things I am afraid I cannot do. For example, I am yet to master the art of juggling. I own two guitars, but can barely manage a single chord. And, if you car breaks down, you should run a mile if you see me heading your way with a wrench.
However, what I can do very well, is graphic design. For over 20 years I have honed my skills and plied my trade. That equates to roughly 48,000 hours spent researching, conceptualising, evaluating, crafting, and learning from my mistakes. If I had spent that long with a guitar in my hands, it is probably fair to assume that I could manage to strum a decent chord or two by now.
A graphic designer uses text, illustrations, icons, photos, textures, colours and type to create print and web-based design solutions for business. Designers are essentially visual problem-solvers.
From the time you wake up you are constantly surrounded by the work of a graphic designer. Your cereal box, the email promoting a fashion sale you read on the bus, the catalogue in your mailbox, and the menu at your favourite lunch spot; all of these things have been crafted a graphic designer.
I have created high-impact marketing material for hundreds of brands. I have the experience and expertise to elevate your brand, whenever and however your customers access it.
First impressions count. I can develop a unique and consistent visual identity and voice that aligns with your company objectives and connects with your customers.
Print is an essential medium to communicate your brand message and engage your audience. I can make all your business collateral stand out amongst the noise.
I create landing pages, websites and email campaigns which not only look beautiful but also function perfectly across all devices, from desktop to mobile.