Fresh Talent Joins The Team

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We can’t wait to see Charlee take on the challenges and opportunities that she will now have to help launch her career.

Matt Child, Senior Designer

WELCOME CHARLEE

One of the biggest challenges facing every young designer is getting good quality experience in a real studio that will help them develop from student to professional. 

One of the biggest challenges facing every creative agency is finding good quality, fresh talent with the attitude that will help them move from student to professional. 

With two requirements that are so perfectly positioned to meet each others needs the process should be simple. Yet each year there are thousands of talented graduates that don’t get the experience they need to launch themselves into their careers. Equally, agencies spend thousands of pounds and many hours searching for the next fresh talent to pour their experience into.

We recently wrote a blog giving tips to this years graduates on how to get themselves noticed by agencies, open opportunities and make life easier for agencies to find them. 

One graduate we contacted had obviously taken on board some of these tips and we are pleased to have Charlee Twigg working as our latest intern. Her hand rendered type and deconstructing of letterforms in string grabbed us and the level of attention to detail in her work is excellent. However, it wasn’t just her impressive work that grabbed our attention, but her enthusiasm and attitude really stood out from the crowd. We can’t wait to see her take on the challenges and opportunities that she will now have to help launch her career. 

However, it wasn’t just her impressive work that grabbed our attention, but her enthusiasm and attitude really stood out from the crowd.

Finding the best people that we can to work with is one of our highest priorities, people that are not just talented, but also have a great attitude are the essential ingredients of who we are as an agency. You’ll be seeing more from Charlee over the coming months that I’m sure will show the fruit of her hard work.

If you would like to say hi, please drop Charlee an email.