Finding a way to convey our ethos wasn’t easy, and photos of computers wouldn’t cut the mustard.
We knew we wanted this website to celebrate the idea of team spirit. We love it when our customers say we’re like one of their team. That’s trust in a nutshell.
I started working with my dad when I left school and within 3 years of working in a dusty workshop with long hours I started to become a bit unhappy, so I started drawing and making more creative things out of the scrap pieces of wood. Eventually I went to college to study art and graphics. I learned so much from my dad in those 3 years working as a carpenter, skills that feed into my work and drawing even now.
Around 8 years now. I studied at the art school here for an exchange and knew I wanted to live here when I finished my studies. The creative scene is great – there’s a huge mix of people from all over the world.
Graphic, fun, bloopy and personal.
Ah, all sorts! Trees, the wind, bugs, sunshine, delicious snacks, my wonderful friends to name a few.
Well, it depends on the brief, but it usually stars with a few notes in my phone then I mull over them for a few days adding to the notes, then I start sketching on cheap printer paper with my trusty mechanical pencil. That’s it really, no fancy secrets to tell.
I guess it’s nice to try and present the theme of technology in a fun way. It’s good when a client like Cambridge Helpdesk lean into the humour in my work, and want that to come through in the images. I liked that I was able to play with scale and form, which makes it more playful in the end. I also love the dogs!