Sam is an experienced graphic designer. Previously, as the design manager for Leapfrog International Ltd, he worked with FTSE listed brands, and won an international marketing award (MIMA) for conceiving and producing their Corporate Events Guide. His design career started by owning the printing company Apple Press for 10 years.
Sam designs websites with a combination of customer requirements, looks, functionality and search engine purposes.
Sam is a skilled 3D designer creating visuals for: events, planning permission, games, and exhibitions.
Apart from professionally making treasure hunts www.treasurehuntdesign.com, Sam also creates games and puzzles including board games and event activities. He was responsible for producing all aspects of the touring corporate game show Compete, creating games, designing the set, writing the script, training the staff and arranging the tours.
September 2011 to Present
New company incorporating the previous:
French and Italian to English Translations
November 2009 to Present
Treasure Hunt Design
Creating treasure hunts.
November 2009 to August 2011
Creative digital solutions in branding, promotion and 3D. Treasure hunts, website design and brand management.
3D models and visuals for product/architectural/exhibition/event imaging.
January 2003 to December 2009
Leapfrog International Ltd
Creative Design Manager
Creating games, websites and props for most of the Blue Chip firms. Managing digital marketing and coming up with the award winning Corporate Events Guide.
April 2000 to December 2002
Compete UK in association with The Times Newspaper
Creating games, designing set, writing script, writing music, training staff, organising the tours and singing the feme tune.
April 1999 to April 2000
Spikeweb Web Creations
On the forefront of web design and consulting for Bulmers creating a keg management system to handle their 13,000 outlets.
June 1989 to January 1999
Apple Press Printing Services
Doing almost EVERYTHING. Printing, designing, creating databases, web design, finishing and not sleeping.
September 1987 to June 1989
This is where it all began with the earliest form of AutoCAD and intense engineering training covering everything from sheet metal fabrication to arc welding.