A selection of branding projects. This page displays logos for; ‘Renew the Mind’ a coaching company, ‘Bridgewater Psychology’ and ‘Just Psychology’ both independant Psychologists in Greater Manchester.
A selection of branding projects. This page displays logos for; ‘King’s House’ a conference centre in Manchester, and ‘All Nations Church Oldham’.
This page shows you the front and back of a book I graphically edited called; â€˜I wish I was a fishâ€™. A Childrens book written for the Blue Planet Aquarium. I also designed the layout of this book. If you would like to see that please contact me.
This page shows you the front of an EBook ‘Back to Back’. A Christian book written by James Allen. I also edited the layout of this book. If you would like to see that please contact me.
Flyers for ‘Chert Photography’ a photographer in Nigeria commisioned me to do this, and ‘Ceilidh’ held by Community Church Huddersfield.
A poster designed for the Charity ‘Best Foot Forward’ displaying steps for club foot treatment. The aim to create a eye catching poster to be displayed in a childrens hospital.
THE PONSETI TECHNIQUE
“How is a club foot treated?” 1
The technique gently manipulates the soft bones of the foot and stretches the tight tissues.
After 3 months, the boots and bar should be worn at night times for 12 – 14 hours. This is until your child is 4 - 5 years of age, to stop the foot turning back in. During the day your child can wear good fitting footwear of your choice.
6 The boots and bar will then be fitted when the final plaster is removed - you will be shown how to do this. They must be worn together for 23 hours every day for 3 months. At bath time, they can be removed for one hour.
3 The manipulated foot is held in position with a full leg plaster cast. This stays in place for 5 -7 days. At the next appointment, the plaster is removed using a plaster knife or plaster saw. Your child can then have a quick bath and be weighed.
STEPS 1 – 3 are repeated until the foot is in the correct position. This usually takes about 4 – 6 plasters.
5 Immediately after the tenotomy, another plaster is put on for 2 – 3 weeks.
When the foot is in the correct position, your child will usually need a small operation to cut the Achilles tendon. This is called a tenotomy. It is normally done using a local anaesthetic. The cut is the size of a pin prick and does not need stitches.
A flyer for â€˜New Life Churchâ€™ in Salford. Promotional flyer to advertise thier move to a new building. There is another side with more information on the back, please contact me if you would like to see it.
A selection of birthday invitations. Ranging from childrens themed partys to 18, 21 and 30thâ€™s.
More invitations. One childs pirate theme birthday and another surprise party invite with a canadian theme.
I also design wedding invitations. Here are just a couple that I have done. If it is a wedding invitation you need please get in touch if you would like to see more.