My earliest memory of being creative was when my mum allowed me and my brother to name her new hairdressing salon. We spent weeks drawing logo's coming up with ideas.
We called it 'Max Headroom' after our favourite TV show character.
Mum approved the name and 'my' logo and I still think it's one of the best things I've ever done.
I moved to London when I was 18 with no job, no money and no qualifications to show from a college or university, but a natural flair for creating visuals, graphics, photography and film. I (luckily) got a job working for D&AD for a few years as an awards co-ordinator.
That was my apprenticeship.
15 years later, I've married, had 5 beautiful daughters, and try to live a balanced life of love and laughter next to the sea.
Currently working with fellow creative / writer / friend Cameron Mitchell.
We've worked with global brands on global projects. We've worked for charities for nothing. We like to use creativity as a problem solver, to help grow someones business, or their belief.
We try, whenever possible, to keep things simple.
Specialties: Art Direction / Film / Animation / Graphics / Fatherhood.