I am a London based print and digital designer, creating conceptual pieces through the use of typography, abstract illustration and photography. I have worked in the design industry for over twenty years, producing corporate identities to album covers and everything in-between. I have worked as a book designer for the last decade, designing dozens of covers for a small handful of publishers across a range of genres. As a mature, experienced graphic designer I have the skills required to confidently see any project through from concept to production while adhering to tight deadlines. I am highly organised, methodical and disciplined.
A London Underground enthusiast, who enjoys yoga, running, all things food and spending lots of time admiring and photographing Brutalist buildings. I am a book dweller, cinema goer and earphone wearer. I like jigsaws, maps and crayons.
'I am very happy to recommend Sophie. She puts everything into her work, has a flair for great design and has the technical expertise to back it up. She conforms to design briefs while introducing creative and unexpected improvements, works efficiently and meets deadlines. She is also a pleasure to work with! I would not consider using anybody else.'
— Mark Lee
Design and Print Marketing, Equinox Publishing
‘We recently decided to create some corporate literature with the help of Pressing Buttons. From the very beginning Sophie offered sensible advice on content, cost and design. She is definitely creative and has an eye for the smallest details that can make all the difference. Her prices are more than reasonable and the end product always exceeds expectations. Sophie delivered our brochure on time and on budget, we couldn't have asked anything more of her and would definitely not hesitate to recommend her to any company in need of creative design services.’
— Tabetha O'Malley
Wild Duck Kitchen
'A big thank you for all your hard work on Jagged, I love the identity you’ve created and it is everything I wanted. Looking forward to working with you on future Projects.'
— Nicola Mason