Thoughtful design, striking images and compelling storytelling wrapped in creative strategy attracts attention and achieves objectives. Tom studied graphic design at Middlesex University and the Royal College of Art, co-founded an Ideas Store in Berlin, and now helps organisations to communicate, collaborate and innovate.
Tom has acted as External Examiner for Central Saint Martins School of Art, D&AD Judge, and a Wild Card for the Royal Society of the Arts. He works with design consultancies such as Pentagram, N B Studio, Micheal Wolff & Friends and Thomas Heatherwick Associates, and helped Sir Terence Conran originate the identity for the New Design Museum in Kensington. Southbank Centre commissioned Tom to create a 21-acre installation celebrating the Festival of Britain, and he ran a workshop for architects, web developers, digital agencies, graphic designers and children to conceive and deliver the Lego House in Billund, Denmark.
His other clients include the Science Museum, Sainsbury’s, MTV, The British Library, Mercedes Benz, Guardian Newspapers, NESTA, University of Oxford, and Index Ventures who fund Silicon Valley tech start-ups Outbrain, SONOS, Dropbox and Squarespace.