I’m a freelance graphic designer, based in Bristol, originally from the West Midlands.
I went to University in Cheltenham at the University of Gloucestershire, and graduated with a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Graphic Design. I have been a member of the West of England Design Forum, a part of Kerning the Gap and also returned to my Uni to be a part time lecturer for the graphic design students, running modules on branding and awareness campaigns.
I specialise in branding and re-branding, as well as Squarespace website creation, social media planning and content design, plus hand lettering thrown in for good measure. There tends to be a theme in my work of getting kick ass women and their businesses off the ground, through empowering them with a brand that really tells their story. I’m also passionate about all things social media, from creating well organised content plans, to making sure social channels work just as hard as the people behind them.
I’m also available for in-house freelance agency work, and have 12 years experience in the graphic design industry. I’ve got a breadth of experience that ranges from employee engagement, branding, rebranding, editorial design and print design, social media content creation, internal and external campaigns as well as a touch of packaging to round it all up. I’ve got a D&AD Pencil under my belt, as well as Design Week Awards, Roses Awards, and EE Awards if trophies on a shelf are your thing. I’ve worked with clients big and small, including Hershey’s, Cisco, Tetley Tea, WWF (the pandas, not the wrestling) and Royal Mail.