Joe Seager – Yesteryear Album Sleeve

The brief was to show a reference to life challenges faced, overcoming difficulties in the past as well as happy memories and showing hope for the future.

This was to give a taste of some of the subjects being communicated in the songs, creating a mood to reflect the story of the album.

Together we built up a collection of words and phrases from the tracks, a scrapbook of his own images and photographs; memorable moments, favourite toys from childhood, favourite photos, anything which brought a special memory.

We added to the personability by adding Joe’s handwritten text for the titles and track listings.

Sections of the main image make the pre-release singles: Run With It, In Reverie and Yesteryear.

Violin Maker

Photobook: J. Batey | Violin Maker

There’s a workshop on Shrewsbury Town Walls unchanged for decades, a fascinating place, like stepping back in time.

We were invited to take photographs of the stacks of cases, racks of instruments, traditional tools and spare strings, so long as we didn’t interrupt Julian whilst he was working.

This book captures the atmosphere of the workshop.

Julian served his apprenticeship in Washington with Barry Oliver, a graduate of the Cremona School of Violinmaking.

After working with Rafael Carrabba in Seattle, he returned to work with his father in North Shropshire, an internationally renowned expert & dealer.

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Shrewsbury Cycle Grand Prix

Online presence for British Cycling backed closed-circuit cycle race

Website and social media cards produced for the annual Shrewsbury Cycle Grand Prix crit races.

Bold design shows strength and no nonsense because the racing is hard. Riders need strength to compete.

Thousands lined the streets to experience the event. Over 350 amateur and professional riders took part in the fast-paced town centre circuit over seven different races.

The British Cycling backed event brought 6,000-7,000 spectators to the town. The event was also live-streamed over the internet via the website and broadcast to a giant screen in the town square.

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