- Bringing 20 years’ creative experience from studios in London and Bristol, I offer a unique mix of graphic design, finished artwork and illustration skills to businesses and creative agencies in the South West.
I provide solid creative artwork support to some of the South West’s top creative agencies and organisations such as; Bristol UWE, Nationwide, RAC, Burges-Salmon, Six, Bray Leino and Cello Signal.
From years of experience as a Creative Artworker and Studio Manager, I fully understand the everyday delivery challenges and deadlines that agencies face. From the outset I quickly adapt to workflows and dynamics and work harmoniously within any creative team or studio.
As well as a devout team player, I demonstrate ownership on every project and strive to add value throughout the creative process. As a perfectionist, accuracy, efficiency, and quality come as standard.
Here’s what I do best:
- Brochures & promotional literature
- Digital artwork
- Reports & prospectus
- Signage, infographics & icons
- Photography & post-production
- Colour correction
- Image editing & manipulation
- Adobe InDesign
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe Illustrator
- Acrobat Pro
- Strong pre-press knowledge
“We have worked with Ken on several occasions and often when our timescales have been very challenging. In terms of understanding the brief, creativity and timely project delivery, I have found Ken to produce exactly what has been requested to a consistently high standard.
I would not hesitate to recommend the services of BBSIX”
“Ken has worked for us on and off for the past 18 months and is a valuable addition to the team when called upon – usually last minute. So much so, that I’d have him full-time if he’d let me! His calm nature, attention to detail and instant understanding and consideration of any task you throw at him, puts you and the client at ease, making him the perfect fit for any team.
Combine that with his broad range of skills means that quality, correct work is always produced. In all the times we’ve had him in, he’s never failed to impress.”