Text or Talk?
For me it would have to be text, I am known to always have my iPhone in my hand messaging someone or checking the latest social media updates (sad I know!). And for some reason I always go straight for a text to arrange something or find out something even though it would be much easier and quicker doing this talking on the phone – Mmm… maybe I should start doing this more often!
I guess this is where I should say Sam my boyfriend (he may read this!) … but I have to also say David Beckham, this is only because I work in advertising and like the H&M underwear range ads he’s been in – It has nothing to do with him being stripped down to just his underwear, honest! 😉
Night out or day out?
Ummm… this is a toughie as I like both. I am very partial to a good night out getting glammed up, having some cheeky cocktails and dancing the night away (the hangover the next day on the other hand is not so good, especially after Factor 3 get- togethers!). But I do equally like a good day out either shopping, going to theme parks, the cinema and taking my nephew out (which is normally an excuse to go watch a Disney movie or do childish things).
What do you enjoy most about working for Factor 3?
I love many things, but most of all I love everyone I work with, everyone that works here is lovely and very talented, it feels like a nice big family all working together. Oh and maybe cake Fridays is an added bonus!!
What do you do at Factor 3?
My job title is Art Director, which involves working on a lovely variety of clients and being as creative as they will let me 🙂 I work on projects and design from initial ideas right through to print; I love seeing the end results.
Nickname if you have one?
Well… I have had a few over the 25 years such as Kebab (obvious! – I hope!), DW, Donner, Don – but none that really stuck for everyone (which is fine by me).
Where do you come from?
Well I was born in Rugby but moved to Cheltenham when I was just 2 years old. I did go to Coventry University to study Graphic Design for 3 years but you can only look at cobble streets and greyness for so long when you’re used to the Cotswolds, so Cheltenham is where I returned and love.
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