I am a British Canadian Graphic and UX/UI Designer, with a passion for guitar, hiking, problem solving, cooking and gardening.

I love a good laugh, a good movie, and good company.

Most of all, a good cup of tea.

I have many years of experience working as a product photographer for the largest supermarket chain 'Loblaw' in North America, also for products shots for Canada's high-end sporting goods store 'Sporting Life'. Having designed and built financial websites, and other media, as a graphic/web designer at a design agency, I moved into the Government Relations sector in Toronto.

In deeper detail, I am proficient in:

  • Adobe Creative Suite

    • Photoshop

    • Illustrator

    • Premiere Pro

    • Audition

    • After Effects

    • InDesign

    • Dreamweaver

    • Flash

  • HTML & CSS

  • Sketch

  • Axure

  • Apple Final Cut Pro X

I love graphic design, and flex my creative muscles whenever I have the opportunity, if I don't get the opportunity, then I make one.

My style is minimalistic with a dash of colour. This style also bleeds over into my photography, when colour but also structure and composition is vital. I absolutely adore shooting on film, either on Instax, medium format, or traditional 35mm, this is thanks to my father, who is someone I look upto in the photography realm.

Throughout my career, I have been fortunate to work with clients such as:

  • Loblaw (PC Express, formerly Click & Collect)

  • Joe Fresh

  • Beauty Boutique (formerly Murale)

  • Shoppers Drug Mart

  • OEB (Ontario Energy Board)

  • The Beer Store/Labatt Brewering

  • Shaping Alberta’s Future

  • AMHO (Addiction and Mental Health Ontario)

  • Together In Faith

  • Medtronic

  • Sporting Life

  • Novitas

I have worked with these clients either directly (as a full-time employee), or indirectly (as a full-time employee at an agency). This has allowed me to gain a lot of valuable experience and knowledge from not only flexing my design muscles, but interacting with external team members and project co-ordinators.