I am a graphic designer with ALMOST twenty FIVE years experience of working in television.
I began my career working for Yorkshire Television in Leeds. Two years later I moved to London and after a winter with the Weather Channel I took a job at Sky as a designer and director on the Sky One team, where I worked for three years. I then spent five years working for two broadcast design agencies - Kemistry and BDA - on a range of projects for clients in the UK and abroad.
Following this I spent more than twelve years designing for the BBC’s portfolio of channels and platforms - as well as creating work for other broadcasters.
I have created work for on-air, print, and digital media. This includes logos, channel identity, on screen presentation packages, on-air promotions, title sequences, sponsorship sequences, and automated design systems. As part of the design process I like to generate my own ideas, plan the schedule, and manage the project from briefing to delivery.
I approach graphic design as a problem solving process - using a combination of typography, space, and the visual arts to represent or communicate an idea or message.
BBC, BSkyB, Discovery, DITG, Eurosport, five, Hallmark, ITV, Lifetime UK, Living TV, National Geographic, Red Bee Media, Cinenova, Kanal 2, RTL, Sky Italia, TV Norge, Endemol, Granada, Ninja Tune, Railfilms, Thames Talkback, Barclays, Coca-Cola, Disney, Freuds, Mykindaplace, Sara Lee, Qatar Airlines, Streets Online, Sony SCEE.
Graphic Design Education
1988 – 1989 : BTEC First Diploma
1989 – 1991 : BTEC National Diploma
1991 – 1994 : BA (Hons) Visual Communication
1994 : Work Experience BBC News
1995 – 1997 : Yorkshire Television
1997 – 1998 : The Weather Channel
1998 – 2001 : SKY TELEVISION
2001 – 2002 : Kemistry
2002 – 2005 : BDA
2005 – 2018 : BBC / Red Bee Media / Freelance