Brand Identity projects can either be about creating a completely new brand identity for a new business or refreshing and improving upon an existing identity for an established brand.
Print Design may be for branding or promotional purposes. A business may typically need business cards, brochures, leaflets and stationery.
I design websites using WordPress, a popular CMS (content management system) which enables clients to edit and add new content themselves, once the site has been built. I can also provide support and advice with ongoing maintenance, backups and SEO.
All aspects of book design, from the initial design concepts for the layout and cover design, to final artwork ready for print. Particular care and attention is taken over the typesetting to ensure a high standard of typographic design.
Exterior photography of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, houses, gardens and more.
An environmental portrait is when the subject is photographed in a particular environment, perhaps the place where they work, their home, or anywhere that relates to who they are, to give further insight into the life or character of the subject.
A more traditional style of portraiture. With location portraits, a suitable indoor or outdoor location may be used as a setting for photographing the subject, to create an interesting backdrop to the portrait.
Photographing an event, people or location to create images that can then be used in print and digital brand communications, social media and other marketing purposes. Documentary photography makes use of natural light, and un-posed, candid shots.
Illustration can be used to convey information that perhaps would be hard to achieve in a photograph. I can create bespoke illustrations for use in book layouts, websites, or marketing campaigns.
Infographics can be designed in a large variety of ways, and might use a combination of text, illustrations and photographs, as well as conventional maps, graphs, tables and charts.
Food photography for restaurants, cafes, shops. I shoot the food in situ, (within the restaurant or cafe, rather than in a studio), with a table top lighting set up. Set up is quick and simple, and several dishes can be shot this way straight from the kitchen in a relatively short space of time, and with minimal disruption to any customers present.
Interior photography of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, houses and more. A combination of types of shot may be used to capture both wide expanses and to focus on smaller room details or special products etc.