Business Support on the Highstreet

Here are some of the illustrations we create to use in the promotion of Enterprise Nations Highstreet 'pop ups', aimed to bring free business support and advice in an accessible location throughout the UK.

Simply Docs Rebrand

We helped Brands with Values create a new mark and repositioning of Simply Docs, based around the idea of a folded A4 sheet. Shown is the mono version of the logo.


We've just design a little mark for a series of events that Enterprise Nation plan to put on for budding entrepreneurs who are over 50.

The Small Business Debate

We created graphics for an event hosted by Enterprise Nation which saw speakers from the main 5 parties coming together to discuss the future of Small Business in the UK. Image ©David Bebber/The Times

Infographics for Antibiotics Alliance

We're currently working on some infographics to be included in an awareness piece for The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics. Telling the shocking facts about just how much antibiotics are in the food chain and suggested steps on how we can reduce it.

Refining not redesigning

We worked with Usable Media to assist in the repositioning of research company, Keyquest. This included refining their already existing logo and looking at how they communicated with their audience through printed and online materials.

Top tips from Emma Jones

As part of our work with Enterprise Nation for the StartUp 2015 event we created some illustrations based around some pearls of wisdom from Enterprise Nation founder, Emma Jones.

StartUp 2015

We developed the logo that was created by Zip and moved the brand forward applying it to all the collateral needed for this massive event set up by Enterprise Nation. The event sees 3000 start ups attend Somerset House on the 17th January. Our involvement ranged from anything to full event programme to wayfinding. More can be seen here.

Intuitive Business Consulting

We created a identity for Intuitive Business Consulting. They work with companies and individuals taking them from where they are, to where they want to be. As a little nod to that we used the device of drawing a line between two points as part of their identity, both as part of their logo and a graphical device to create icons from. More to come soon.

On the QT

We've been working very hard, crafting an identity for a new internet start up, we've said to much already! Here's a cheeky glimpse!

The Alchemy Partnership

We've been working with Usable Media on a brand for start up events + digital business consultancy, The Alchemy Partnership. Full project coming soon.

Home Business Summit

Working with Enterprise Nation we designed a handout for their Home Business Summit at Sommerset House. Featuring photo's of Home Business owners by photographer René Mansi.

Wedding Bells

We don't often do wedding stationery but this was the exception, to help our friends Kirsty & Andy, we created all the stationery for their summer wedding.

Dot to Dot

Working with start up Dot Marketing, we created a simple, flexible logo for them.

CIWF – Farmageddon

Above is a logo we put forward for Compassion in World Farmings initiative, Farmageddon, which focuses exposing the truth behind factory farming industry.

Fresh look

Been wanting to do this for a while and finally found time to give my website a overhaul. The website is now responsive, creating a better experience when viewing it on tablets and mobile devices.


We've been working with Compassion on their fundraising appeals. Above is the envelope for the appeal that hopes to improve the lives of pigs in Europe.

Enterprise Nation goes live

I was honored to be asked by London company, Click, to create the branding and front end web design for Enterprise Nation. The site build and coding wizardry was all done by Click. See more images here.

Reed Learning – Brand refresh

Working with London based design studio, L&Co, we developed concepts for the Reed Learning brand to better suit the companies visions and aspirations. Shown is a small snippet of the chosen concept, which is based around Reed Learnings three circles and puts people at the forefront of their communications.

Reed Learning – Little Book of Impact

Whilst at L&Co, I helped them produce the comic book themed 'Little Book of Impact', the third book of Reed Learning's 'little book' series, this issue promotes the idea of results based training. Pictured is some typography for the little book of Impact. Spreads can be seen here.

Spending some time with L&Co

I had the pleasure at the start of the year to spend some time at L&Co working with them on a mixture of great projects. Brilliant bunch of people and lovely studio to boot. Pictured is the rebranding of Riverside Capital. Check out the full project on L&Co's website here.

New addition to the studio

This week saw the start of our newest recruit, Tui. At only 8 weeks old she's the youngest member of the team. This is just one of many photo's taken in her first 24 hours with us.

A Brewday

A new year a new client. Currently working on branding and direction for a small homebrewer with big aspirations. I spent the day brewing and watching just how much goes into the production – there was a bit of testing the produce of course. More news to come soon.

Shiney new business cards arrive

Took delivery of the studios new business cards last week. My contact details are Gloss black foiled on to heavy 540gsm GFSmith Colourplan. More images of the full set of stationery soon.

New client

I'm really excited to announce that I will be working with Compassion in World Farming on some of their future fundraising appeals and direct mail.

To the drawing board…

I'm currently working on some branding for a Surrey based start up, exciting times. More to come spring 2013.

Christmas is coming

Feels too early to be getting in the Christmas mood, but thats what I had to do for these little illustrations for Immediate Media. So bring on the presents and mince pies!

The Big day

I had the pleasure of being best man on my friends Jon & Sarahs big day. A great day was had by all, the day and this image was captured by the very talented Mister Phill.