Casey (although I hate it).
Convincing people I’m right.
Science fiction, skiing, God, Jesus and stuff, all forms of music except Country & Western.
Managing to stay married for 30 years.
Too many to choose from.
Helvetica of course - it's perfect.
Electric Light Orchestra - they rule.
Working with people who make me proud every day.
J-alix-anne (I work too closely with Alix).
Sailing, power boating, swimming and travel.
Irish National Ladies Champion, Sailing.
Tiger Kidnapping Film.
It feels like working in a big family.
Impersonating pretty much everyone.
Swimming, body boarding, illustration and hand lettering.
I'm still in one piece.
Translink summer bus graphics. It’s nice to see my work being a part of everyday life in my city.
The variety of clients.
Dayo / Skeletor.
Chocolate teacakes from M&S.
Cleaning and tidying.
Running, eating, reading and good TV.
Not getting thrown out of Northern Ireland.
Branding of Connswater Community Greenway.
Helvetica - it’s a classic.
Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen.
Getting hit in the face with a cream pie by Mark C.
You can call me anything.
Chicken Korma with Peshwari Naan.
I make a mean cup of tea.
Jesus, Manchester United and boardgames.
Getting Married (wife points).
GrowFlo Brand Identity.
Beyoncé - Love On Top.
It’s the perfect working atmosphere for a creative person!
Homemade cheesecake eaten on the mountain ridge.
Ethno and jazz music, hiking and b&w photography.
Individual exhibition in Belfast’s Ormeau Baths Gallery.
Ards and North Down Borough Council town centre branding.
DIN Next Pro.
Good, strong coffee with a drop of milk but... I don’t really feel guilty, I deserve it!
The open, creative atmosphere.
Kebab on chips.
Tiger Kidnapping Film for Danske Bank, PSNI, Post Office etc.
Kebab on chips.
Great team + great clients = great work. It's simple maths.
High fiving Hodor from Game of Thrones.
Slieve Donard touchscreen project.
Terrible disaster movies.
Elsa's constant singing and chuckling behind me.
Little Wing Pizza.
Winning the three-legged race at my Primary 3 sports day.
Belfast Carnival Village Branding.
Magic the Gathering, Cosplay and Larping.
Watching Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 10 times in the cinema.
Killing people in Sims.
I’m working on it.
Free coffee and good conversation.
Caravanning, motorbiking and running lots.
Having teenagers and surviving it!
The crazy people I work with!
Hand-lettering, dogs, instagram, flat whites and holidays.
BC Classic Melt from Bagel Bean, Armagh.
Greatest Achievement: Hand-modelling for BBC Points of View (thank you Whitenoise).
Supermarket own brand chocolate.
Being a part of Whitenoise Book 8.
Seeing all my hard work out there in the real world.
Horror movies, Skiing, travelling and watching people unbox things on Youtube.
Pick and Mix from the cinema.
Getting suspended from primary school for selling rainbow coloured pencils to my classmates.
Kim Kardashian’s Instagram feed.
The one and only card trick I know - It’s mind bending.
Working as a campaign manager for Uber, rolling out projects I designed across the UK and Ireland.
Free parking - and they sometimes let me bring my dog.
Matthias, the first of his name.
Fajitas and spaghetti, but not at the same time…
Flipping pancakes, clearly.
Cooking, playing guitar, watching old movies, cycling, travelling to new places.
Surviving an avalanche of pancakes.
Independently filming and editing a Jazz & Blues festival documentary.
Wingdings 3 and American Typewriter.
Eating floor pancakes…
The coffee, the people, the music, the parking, how it sometimes autocorrects to White House…
Typography, interior design trends, travelling and dogs of course.
Finnish smoked salmon.
Moving to Northern Ireland from Finland and making a huge career change.
Binge watching Jane the Virgin on Netflix.
I bake the best cinnamon buns.
Ulster Orchestra Season Programme 2019-20.
The people I get to work with, and the open and creative environment.
Remembering song lyrics.
Dancing, film and cycling.
Getting over my fear of cats and dogs. Oh, and learning to eat salad.
A ‘Thank You’ film for ITV colleagues, with senior management dressing up in Christmas gear and singing.
Meeting new people and learning about their stories.