One of the things I enjoy about what I do is the varied nature of the projects I undertake. Each one brings its own challenges and solutions. Below you will find just some of the designs I have worked on, split into four categories.

Memoirs make up a large proportion of the books I design and publish. Above are just some of them - some have been published by Loose Chippings and others have been for clients who have sold and distributed the titles themselves. You can find four recommendations below.

Promotional Material

An essential for every business, I produce promotional material in many forms and many styles, from advertisements for magazines, to logos, to packaging for ice cream and apple juice.
Company Profiles

Many businesses have an interesting story to tell, perhaps a history, perhaps celebrating some achievement. Many of their customers will gladly pay for and enjoy a well-produced, beautiful book about their favourite business. Or some companies decide to gift them to their best customers. Whichever route you choose, talk to me about how best to promote your business. Above are books I produced telling the history of an RAF Squadron and a long-established silversmith.
Other Projects

Of course I am happy to look at any type of design project. I have produced postcards, pamphlets, banners. I have also worked with web site developers where clients require continuity of style between printed and electronic publicity.
Recommended Books
- & How To Buy -
Call Of The Litany Bird. The compelling personal account of living through the atrocities as Rhodesia became Zimbabwe, whilst bringing up a family on a farm amidst the chaos. The Spectator review described it as "a moving book, calmly written despite the horrors it details. Susan Gibbs does not indulge in self-pity.... but there is no doubt that she left her heart in Africa." 

Not Dark Yet. Written by a genuine cricketer and a genuine cricket fan with a talent for capturing the spirit of this special game in his witty prose. So far has sold over 17,000 copies. "Of similar books, it’s the best." Charles Randall, Daily Telegraph Cricket Correspondent
The Girl With The Widow's Peak. Serialised by the Mail On Sunday who said "The life of society grande dame Lady Ursula d'Abo. Photographed on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, she became famous overnight as the world was captivated by her beauty. Now 98, Lady Ursula tells the story of her life." 
The Cheesemonger's Tales. A virtual tasting tour of cheese dairies and vineyards, interspersed with anecdotes and helpful information. "Well written and charming." The Independent. "His writing is calm, measured, gently ruminative but always very well-informed. A measured pace and whimsical eye."  Foodepedia
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