A Chartered Designer and Visualiser with management experience in Design
and Advertising studios.
Portfolio includes designed and illustrated brochures, book covers, tourist
centre and permanent museum displays, exhibition stands and architectural
perspectives. Blue chip accounts include the Halifax plc., RSPB, Laura
Ashley and the National Trust.
At the age of 26 was the youngest Chief
Design Consultant to the Ministry of Defence, responsible for all design
material, from exhibitions to regimental museums, involving the Army in
the North West, West Midlands and Wales. This included fifty-two Army
Career Offices from Carlisle in the north to Swansea in the south; their
interior and exterior design and window displays.
At the age of 32 employed as Chief Designer
of a small company within the Brunnings Group, dealing with a selection
of clients, the main account being the Halifax Building Society. Responsible
nation-wide campaigns in over 2000 Halifax Building Society offices, premier
events and regional exhibitions.
Design jobs included Lord Mayors’ Float for London, ‘Think
British’ for G-MEX
Centre, I.B.A. ‘Thirty Years of Advertising’ exhibition and
design of national modular display system.
Became self-employed at the age of 36.
Clients include S4C (TV), Laura Ashley, Nuclear Electrics, Royal Society
for the Protection of Birds, National Trust, Abbey Hanson Rowe Architects,
Halifax plc, 14th/20th King’s Hussars,
Shropshire County Council and the Tourist
Commissioned to produce book and magazine illustrations; architectural
perspective visuals from working drawings; complete exhibition stands
and tourist centres with supervision on site.