I am proud to have worked on such projects as The Royal Tournament, the Ideal Home Exhibition, Horse of the Year Show and HRH The Queen Mothers 100th Birthday Parade.
Just to give you a bit of a background about myself. I joined the British Army and started training on my 16th birthday in July 1977. I served as an infantry soldier for exactly 11 years and left on my 27th birthday. On leaving I was attached to a civilian company, Studio 4 in Colchester for one month and thereafter went self employed which I have been since 1988. I worked on projects (with Studio 4) such as The Royal Tournament (painting the giant backcloths ’88, ’89 &’90), Earls court Boat show, Horse of the year, Ideal Home Exhibition and all of the signs, placards and some artwork for HRH The Queen Mother’s 100th birthday parade.
I have worked with Greene King, Hungry Horse, Nicholson’s, Marstons, Bella Italia, Cafe Rouge, Las Iguanas and Hickory’s, J.D.Weatherspoons, Holiday parks, Bourne Leisure, Stonegate Pubs. I have also sub-contracted to sign companies such as Ashleigh Signs, Insignia, and Olympic signs and still do as required.
I work anywhere in the entire country, I may be In Scotland one day and then in London or Cornwall a couple of days later, so travelling isn’t a problem for me. At the moment you’ll find me anywhere in the country working in a Bella Italia, a Cafe Rouge restaurant or maybe a Greene King pub.
I welcome your thoughts, comments, tips or personal contact requests. I look forward to the possibility of working for you
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