Here is my updated portfolio, taking in some of my most recent work.

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Lanwades Brochure 2021

For the umpteenth year, I have designed and produced the Lanwades Stallion Brochure for the Kentford-based stud. This one includes a spectacular picture of their best-progeny producing Stallion Sea The Moon.

Similar photography and Photoshop techniques were used to feature their other stallions, along with full race records of their progeny including late additional success in the 2020 Breeders’ Cup meeting in November.

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Ace Cultural Tours

I have been working with ACE Cultural Tours for a number of years now, developing their brochures, flyers, seasonal updates along with their main tour catalogue.

ACE offer tours which aim to uncover cultural intricacies and connections across a wide range of subject areas and themes including art, architecture, archaeology, history, music, regional culture and natural history.

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Canvas Prints

During a year of restrictions, I have made a conscious effort to spend more time at our wonderful and varied British coastline, and of course I couldn’t resist taking a few photos.

Here are couple of that I have taken, one during the height of summer, the other on a pleasant autumn day, both simply taken on my iPhone, before getting stretched canvas prints made of them.

I’m just wondering if anyone can recognise the locations above.

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Auction Catalogues and more



I have been producing auction catalogues for a while now. I can work within really tight timelines, but maintain a look that is professional and polished.

If you want to know more, please get in touch

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‘Allo ‘Allo

Having been asked to create artwork publicising the Young Actors Company’s latest production, a stage version of the hit television comedy. I created these four central characters in Adobe Illustrator. It brought me back to the great Arthur Bostrom’s famous line: “The bummers were being chased by farters when they drooped their bums on the London dicks.”



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Trends in Commercial Property


As our commerce trends change, our workforce is fragmenting. Fewer are working for large organisations and instead, small companies and an army of around 200,000 sole traders are making our economy tick over.

Our available commercial property needs to reflect this changing demand. After over 2 years of being available to let, the ‘Lola’ building in Glebe Road, Huntingdon remains unused. I was happy to create bespoke floorplans showing how this property can be split into smaller units on behalf of joint agents Barker Storey Matthews and Savills.

Local authorites have, for a number of years, been promoting ‘cell’ units with shared facilities, this trend is now spreading among the wider commercial property industry.

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Cambridge B2B Exhibition


I went along to Cambridge B2B Exhibition on 24th September and once again, was really impressed. I’m sure almost everyone who attended got something out of the experience. Here is Sherry and Kim at Payroll Services stand … along with newsletters, brochures and display roller banners.

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The Young Actors Company


Cambridge’s Young Actors Company are due to start rehearsals on their December productions. Here’s a preview of the posters for their first … Teechers by John Godber.

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Commercial Property


I’ve completed a number of commercial property brochures in the last year or so marketing a wide variety of premises. I must admit that it is something I find hugely satisfactory. I always supervise the internal and external photography sessions, I create my own maps and illustrations, then design the brochures. Proofs, corrections (the floor areas never fail to change) and the final printed glossy brochures safely delivered.

Then of course, there’s the web page, the emailable version, the newspaper advert and tthe display sign

If you want to find out more, or consider that the above would be a useful application to something else, please get in touch.

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