Work History

Way Back Then….

I started out at Games Workshop, writing computer games and Fighting Fantasy GameBooks for Steve Jackson & Ian Livingston. After a eye-popping apprenticeship at the legendary Hook Advertising , I left to compose electronic music, producing the critically acclaimed album: Scanner 2 as well as  producding music for a number of contemporary dance companies – including the extraordinary choreographer, Gil Clarke.  

I have designed images for many performers, recording artists, and organisations including the legendary Tony Coleman of Hospital Records, Improbable Theatre. I have also produced  3D visualisations for installation artists, including James Turrell.

As a digital creative for Poppe Tyson, I designed and visualised the launch of Sony Playstation across Europe, the success of which led to a job as creative director of digital at Leo Burnett, London. There, I developed digital characters design for TV, and created the infamous Fruit Winders for Kellogg. Dentists have been thanking me ever since.

Since then, I have worked as a freelancer, collaborating with the talented theatre designer, Jeremy Herbert (and others), to produce video design for Opera and Theatre in London and Europe.