Some wonderful people i've worked with:

what do you do?

I apply my design and visual expertise to a range of projects: cross-platform advertising, web and print work, plus specialist interior photography to name but a few. Currently a 70% professional, 30% personal balance.

what do you love about what you do?

I figured out at art college that simply making things look good is what I am best at and what I enjoy the most. I love that I get to do that every day, as it is always a satisfying task.

what is the best part of your day?

waking up. The satisfaction of signing off a project, followed by the excitement of starting a new one.

where do you go for inspiration?

I get inspiration from many places - talking to friends, reading design blogs, even staring into a cup of tea. That said, I usually find myself jumping in the car and driving through the beautiful countryside near where I live. I spend so much time on the road, that I seem to have conditioned myself to think up things in my metal cuccoon!

get things done or make things happen?

Get things done. I love to tick things off my list. I love lists x 1000.

one thing that nobody knows about you

As a child my 'perfect' future was to be a superstar musician. Summer holidays would see me on worldwide tours, performing to a sea of adoring fans like my idols on that popular Music TeleVision station. Yet time, 3 guitars, 2 drum kits and countless piano lessons have taught me that nothing is a substitute for being in the right place at the right time. Besides, judging from the contorted - yet smiling - faces of my parents when I sing, I might as well dream of being the easter bunny.

3 things you cannot live without on the web

In ascending order...
3) Facebook. The social network we all hate to love.
2) Cloud storage. It saves my bacon, and yours too!
1) Google. It stands in for my brain when it fails.

one invention that has not yet been invented that you wish would hurry up and be invented?

Bit annoyed that we are years behind on getting the hover board from Back to the Future. Have to make do with Segways to get to client meetings I suppose.