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Pete nailed the brief. We now have a brand identity that we can proudly stand behind and confidently say we are open for business!. Pete's worked closely with us over the past 10 years initially creating our branding and website. We were delighted and it earned him two Brand You Awards nominations. For once I am almost lost for words! I cannot find enough superlatives in my thesaurus to express my heartfelt gratitude for the most exceptional Commissioning Book that you have given us.

Pete has designed a number of corporate identities, websites and print materials for my firm and our clients. He has always come up with the goods and knows how to fulfil a creative brief on time and on budget. 25 years of excellence in graphic design in Bristol, Brand, Website and Print design for businesses large and small. New website for igeek ltd endorsing their bespoke, time and money saving software development.

With a slightly humorous take on the grandfather of computing, the original steampunk perhaps, Charles Babbage.

read more › In my 25 years as a creative all rounder, I have delivered dozens of projects for Government, Commercial and Not for Profit organisations large and small. My first job required the use of Type scales, Gum Arabic, Pencils, Rotring pens, and CS10 board. My current work requires a computer, some wizzy graphics software and a super-fast broadband connection. These two very different jobs and the myriad of projects in between however, have utilised two things - my creativity and my ability to get things done.

read more › Working where necessary with a talented number of individuals and companies, I have delivered everything from a business card to a complex CMS based website. Here are a few of my most recent projects. Design, illustration and artwork for a Bristol bicycle maker and his amazing steel framed, custom bikes. Following the success of another helicopter related poster, I was approached to design and illustrate the poster for Air Day 2015.

read more › A logo, collateral and website design for an organisation setting the standard for green infrastructure. Following an initial meeting I wrote a brief and then designed four viable options for the brand. The audience for the brand is very wide ranging and so the logo had to appeal to both design savvy, architect types and individuals with a more earthy outlook. The website was designed within the Squarespace architecture to make it easy to update by staff who have little or no experience of editing sites online.

read more › A website design with a complex online booking mechanism, video homepage and branded sub-pages for specific religious events in various parts of the world. This was a complex CMS based site, and much of it is only seen once you start the process of booking a pilgrimage. However, we were supplied video footage from a recent visit for the brochure parts which I tinted and slowed and which plays full screen on the homepage. I based the design on a two column page to keep it simple and clean, included fonts, videos and images throughout the site and formatted many forms and lists which take customer information and pass it to the client.

read more › Following the surprise success of my Visit Helston poster done earlier in the year, I was approached by the PR department of RNAS Culdrose to design their poster for Air Day 2015, their annual air show. The whole process was a great experience and, as you can read from my blog, it turned out to be an experience not to be forgotten. One of the great things about producing vector based artwork is that one can utilise elements at any size to create amazing alternative versions. Here, a Wingwalker poster and the Farewell Flight poster.

read more › I named this business back in 2000 or thereabouts, it has rebranded a couple of times since and each time they have come to me. The latest brand was done in 2012. Technology companies need to look modern and clean and the calibre of Igeek, as one of the top Filemaker Pro database development firms in the UK, meant that I needed to reposition them subtly. Their previous brand used a futuristic font which I bought in maybe 1998. For the new brand I tweaked a font called Soho Gothic by an amazing font designer called Seb Lester at the Monotype Corporation.

read more › Please get in touch if you would like to discuss an idea for a new brand, a brand refresh, website, illustration, photography or ideally, a combination of all of these things. I like to work on projects which require all of my skills. I have been commissioned separately as an illustrator, a photographer and as a conceptual and website designer and combining these disciplines in a single project is nirvana for me. Many of the portfolio projects highlighted here have provided the opportunity to create work which retains this creative continuity.

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