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Hey! I’m Hugh, i’m a multidisciplinary Graphic Designer, specialising in Logo Design and Typography living in London.

I have just graduated BA(Hons) degree in Graphic and Media Design from the London College of Communication (UAL), where I focused on brand design and typography. As one of the lead students, I secured a year in industry during my third year, gaining a Diploma in Professional Studies in addition to my degree, for the knowledge and experience gained in the year. This gave me a good initial understanding of how the industry works, deadlines and the requirements of clients along with starting my own client base.

I have a passion for design and all things typography and would love to be a part of your next project.

I have worked on architectural signage for the interior and exterior of buildings. I have provided design services from logos and full brand identities, to many individuals, businesses and organisations. I have designed websites for corporate branding, commerce with integrated PayPal features to portfolio presentation sites and charity events. I provide professional product photography and mock ups of all design services. I have also completed a number of sign painting projects, including a large scale mural behind a bar in one of London’s craft breweries.

I believe each project is an opportunity to push myself and to learn new skills. Considering styles, materials and using a range of technical skills I try to execute an outcome that answers the brief to the best of my abilities, working efficiently in the time frame provided.




“Hugh worked well within the timeframe I needed, and exceeded my expectations on production time, considering the quality of output.” // Xavier Ward

“Very accommodating and efficient. A problem solver.” // Rory Kaye

“With every idea he came up with for me was presented in a perfect formate for me to look over.” // Lewys Logan

“[Hugh] made himself an integral part of the team through his enthusiasm, creative ideas and strong eye for typography.” // Ian Moore, Holmes Wood