Me? Well I create all sorts of things really, but generally they tend to be: corporates, explainer videos, infographics, animated GIF's, that kind of thing. If it moves there is a good chance I will have made it at some point. Probably.
I have been working as a Graphic Designer (in various guises) for over 19 years, 14 of those in large full service agencies and the last 5 as a freelancer. I started out as a Mac Artworker, then became a Multimedia Designer, then a Digital Designer. So I have worked in a wide variety of formats from print, interactive and web design right through to motion graphics and animation. Most of the work I do these days is motion graphics, working offsite for creative agencies around the UK, but I am also happy working directly with my own clients.
I can work as part of your team, or take on whole projects alone. If your project requires multiple skill sets that you don't currently have, there are several time served freelancers that I regularly collaborate with, that can be brought in as and when required.
I pride myself in a straight talking approach. I don't use technical jargon or agency buzzwords (unless you're into all that) and I have a simple pricing structure. If I believe your money could be better spent another way, or elsewhere, I will tell you. I am not going to say you need a total rebrand if you're only after a 5 second animated GIF, that's just not the way I roll.
- Explainers
- Corporates
- Training films
- Product demonstrations
- Animated GIFs
- Instagram and Twitter films
- UI animations
- Logo animations
- Digital signage
- Exhibition films
- Infographics
- Online advertising / display
- Flash animations (remember them?)

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