Website & Digital Design

Group Sports Adventure Website
Alexis Read, GSA
When Alexis approached me, Group Sports Adventure was a relatively new venture providing group travel activities.
I designed and built a website for them to advertise their business; the website was later developed (by a web development agency) to include a booking facility.
The company already had a logo and colour-way which I used to develop their brand through the website.
Pre-Fit Delivery
Matt Petersen & Alexis Read 

The Pre-Fit Delivery Company supply kit to group ski and snowboarding trips. The equipment is delivered direct to the resort ready for when the group arrives. 

I was asked to design the website and work with developers to create a fully content managed site for the client.

It was a great project to work on and develop their brand. I sourced all imagery and designed the structure and layout of the site ready for the developers to build.

Littlebird Weddings Website

After starting a family in 2012 I decided to set up my own wedding stationery business.

I created the brand and I designed and built the website using wordpress and the elementor plug in. I also do my own product photography.

It is probably the best display of my latest design work and I am very proud of the business and how far it has come on.

Farncombe Estate Website Concepts
Rancon – Farncombe Estate

While freelancing for Rancon in Cheltenham, I worked on some website concepts for the Farncombe Estate in the Cotswolds. The estate covers a variety of businesses from a conference centre to a hotel. The site designs were to be a template for the different sector websites.

I came up with a simple earthy colour palette and a strong image based header. It needed to have a corporate feel but also embrace the Cotswold surroundings and outdoor focus of the businesses.

Logos & Branding

Logo and branding for Saponista’s
Claire Edmunds
Saponista’s is a handmade soap company run by Claire. When she first started out she asked me to help her with a logo and branding work. I created the Saponista logo and also worked on the product labelling, website design and also business cards. 

It was a lovely project to do as Claire was looking for a vintage / french styling for the logo and it made a nice change to the standard corporate work! It also felt good to be helping a fellow small business owner make her mark.

BlissBom – Logo Development
Bryony Carasco
I had the pleasure of working on the logo design for a new cosmetics company BlissBom. Bryony wanted to focus on selling bath bombs and the logo design needed to reflect this and the handmade nature of the products.
KGG – Logo Development and branding
Kathryn Grindal
A friend of mine started up a new Gymnastics club in Dubai and asked me to create a logo and some marketing material for her. 
We settled on this logo as the gymnast shape was similar to arabic writing but was also dynamic and fitted with the ethos of inspiring confidence.
I also created a poster and rollup banner for her to use and some certificate templates.
Cotswold Vet Physio – Logo Development
Tullulah Pig
Via Tullulah Pig I was asked to come up with some logo designs for Cotswold Vet Physio. They wanted to encorporate a horse and dog into the logo to show their main focus.
Anna Lythgoe Logo and Branding
Anna Lythgoe Photography 

Anna is a local photographer who asked me to create a logo for her when she decided to go freelance. I designed her a logo, business cards and some promotional postcards.

We looked at a variety of design options but in the end chose to use this lovely hand written “A” that Anna wrote herself. The logo has a nice clean look with an artistic flair.

Print Design

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