Animation | Motion Graphics | Design | Production
South London based (please contact Stephen if you require full address details)
Senior Flash Designer and motion graphics artist
I am a self-motivated person with a genuine passion for digital design, motion graphics, film and photography. With over 4 years
experience of contracting at some of the most reputable agencies in London, I am a very reliable Senior Flash designer skil ed
in getting to best out of standard and Rich Media banners (with experience using Flash Talking, Mediamind/Eye Blaster and
Doubleclick). Whilst not a coder, I do have a good understanding of Actionscript. I am also comfortable and enjoy working in After
Ef ects and video too. I have excel ent organisational skil s, a dedicated approach to my work and a good eye for attention to detail. I
would consider myself to be an articulate and friendly person.
Freelance contracts at the following agencies.
Senior Creative Artworker (digital and print)
Flash websites, ad campaigns, screen savers and presentations. Sketching and storyboarding
animation ideas. Design, artworking/formatting of packaging, manuals and promotional material
for major Atari, EA, Capcom and Eidos gaming titles. Brochure design. Typesetting. Image
manipulation and retouching. Account management.
Working on major Universal and Disney film titles within a large production department, I was
responsible for the artworking, layout, image retouching and enhancement for DVD sleeves,
disks, packshots, Point of Sales material and posters. Preparing artwork for re-pro. Troubleshooting
Mac hardware and software problems. Maintenance of database system and network.
After gaining the necessary funding from The Prince’s Trust, I set up the graphic design company
Soma Creative. Working on a diverse, interesting and challenging range of projects, my partner
and I soon built up a list of regular clients. Tasks included commissioning freelance designers,
photographers, illustrators and art directing photo shoots. Projects included;
- 2 CD Album sleeves/cover designed for Chillifunk Records (one of which was showcased in
- Identity/logo, flyers, menu and business cards for ‘HIT’ bar, Hammersmith and ‘The Bridge’
- Packaging, brochure and advertisements for ‘The Times’ educational software.
Other duties include marketing, invoicing, bookkeeping, quoting, liaising with clients and printers.
I was responsible for taking jobs from concept through to print in an extremely busy environment.
Ordering and monitoring stock levels of print material. Magazine design. Artworking. Typesetting.
PoS. Corporate identity. Design for web. Troubleshooting Mac hardware and software problems.
Prioritise and distribute studio workload. Out putting film separations, chromalins and bromides. Hi-
Res optical scanning and image retouching. Liaising with printers and clients.
I managed the design department, which consisted of myself and two designers (both of whom I
had interviewed/employed and trained). Our main responsibilities were the design of three annual
catalogues. Studio and location photography. Photography archive management. Image
manipulation. Logo design. Packaging design. Advertisement design. Technical drawing. Illustrative
BTEC National Diploma in Graphic Design: Distinction
BTEC First Diploma in Art and Design: Distinction
GCSE’s: Art A, Graphics A, BIS C, English C, Maths C
Adobe Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Dreamweaver (basic), Indesign, Quark Xpress, Microsoft Office.
Good understanding and working knowledge of Actionscript 2.0 and 3.0.
Design, photography and film making. Modern art and photography exhibitions. Cinema. Architecture. Drawing. Music. History.
Reading. Writing. Theatre. Football. Swimming and keeping fit. Socialising. Yoga.
4th Floor, Greater London House, Hampstead Road NW1 7QP
1st Floor, 220 Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP
2 Harlequin Avenue, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9EW
A comprehensive selection of my print and web work can be seen at.
McNeil Consumer Healthcare Company Worldwide Consumer Pharmaceutical Intranet Site Content McNeil: From Drug Store to Drug Development On Monday, March 17, 1879, Robert McNeil paid $167 for a drugstore complete with fixtures, inventory and soda fountain, located in the heart of the mill district in Philadelphia, Pa. A 23-year-old graduate of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, McNei
Netta OR Soprano Netta Or was born in Israel, she studied at the Music High School in Cologne with Prof. Leisenheimer and joined master classes of Kurt Moll and Joan Dorneman, already with ten years she sang smaller roles like 1° Knabe in „Zauberflöte“ and appeared in „Macbeth“ at the theatre of Aachen . First guest contracts brought her to the theatre in Bonn as Serpina in