I am a Creative Director and Graphic Designer with over 19 years experience of working in boutique Design Studios as well as international Ad Agencies with a broad range of clients … and I'm passionate about empowering my clients and seeing them succeed.
I'm here to help your business build a strong, professional brand with clear communications, effective design solutions and a brand strategy at the core.
Throughout my professional career, I have been fortunate to have worked on an extensive range of accounts including; Finbar, Australand, Tourism WA, Baptistcare, Ramsay Health, Hollywood Hospital, Coca Cola, City of Swan, City of Rockingham, Meerilinga, Red Rooster and most recently the branding for Roy Hill and Fiona Stanley Hospital just to name a few. (See my portfolio)
The knowledge and experience I gained in those years have provided me with a broad skill-set and the ability to look at each new project with a strategic approach, understanding each client's unique business and it's challenges – no matter how large or small the organisation.
In turn this means every project is not only executed to meet the clients' bespoke needs, but is fueled by their overarching brand strategy and ethos.
I am the Founder and Creative Director of AW Studio, a creative agency based in Perth, bringing high-level solutions to all reaches of corporate branding, print, digital, signage & display, brochure design, promotional campaigns and advertising.
If it sounds like I may be able to help your business in any way, a chat over a coffee is a great way to start the process, so feel free to give me a call.
- graphic design
- corporate identity
- brand strategy
- concept development
- web & digital design
- brochures & publications
- exhibitions & displays
- art direction
In my spare time I engage in the arts community working on creative projects such as the Lifelines portrait series which recently saw me working alongside the Van Gogh, Dali and Beyond exhibition at the Art Gallery of WA where I completed 144 live portraits in the exhibition space.
I also run personal development life-drawing classes Charcoal and Champagne, through which I give grown-ups who may have strayed from their childhood creative selves, an opportunity to rediscover what it feels like to be an artist whilst confronting their hesitations of drawing the human form ... armed with charcoal in one hand, and a glass of bubbly in the other.