Hello. I 'm a Bath based graphic designer and illustrator who specialises in book jackets, marketing materials and packaging.

Whether you're a large company looking for someone to compliment you're existing agency (either working on one-off projects or implementing existing styles) or a smaller company looking for an all in one solution I can offer you a wealth of experience.

I'm always on the look-out for exciting new projects. I have designed everything from advertising campaigns to book jackets, branding, packaging and point of sale. Currently I work mainly in publishing, but am keen to expand outside this area.

I can handle the whole process from initial concepts through to finished print-ready artwork.

Clients I have worked for include:

• Aardman • Hasbro • Winsor & Newton • Harper Collins                     • Mills & Boon • Pavilion • Chicken House • Scholastic Australia
• Frances Lincoln • Penguin – and many more

Some nice things people I work with have said:

I have worked with Steve for many years. He has a great eye,
a fabulous sense of type and composition and endless patience
and humour.

Rachel Hickman, Deputy MD, Chicken House

… thank you also for making it so easy, fast, such a pleasure …  I am delighted we publish you and am a great fan.

Christine Baker, Editorial Director, Gallimard Jeunesse

… a talented, professional designer, who is able to interpret a brief perfectly, and then take it that one step further to brilliance. He has an incredible ability to create designs that are appealing to children and young adults, in an impressively wide variety of genres. Steve delivers on time, and is a pleasure to work with.

Angie Masters, Publisher, Scholastic Australia

Steve is a pleasure to work with and a great designer. He has often come up with designs that look better than I can ever imagine they could. He does everything he can to help and get the jobs finished to deadline. Thank you Steve for being so nice to work with.

Danielle Bowers, Project Manager, Agile Ideas

 

 

 

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