Jay Culley
branding and motion.

CV

 

profile

I’m completely driven by the prospect of working in the creative industry. I think that my strengths lie in innovative thinking and idea generation. I believe that I possess great communication skills, making me naturally fit in with a team of creatives.

skillset

I am highly skilled in programs such as Cinema 4d, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign and I am experienced in After Effects. I also have a First Aid Certificate and a full UK Driving License. I enjoy experimenting with different medias and I am experienced in studio and outdoor photoshoots working with clients such as Ronseal and Boots.

 

experience

After winning a D&AD New Blood Pencil, I recieved a place on the New Blood Academy. Whilst there, I developed a whole new understanding on the advertising world - and how to impact it. From July to September 2017 I interned at Michon Creative after winning a competition brief they set. Here, I learnt the process behind properly answering a commercial brief. Before starting my final year at university, I was able to quit my bartending job due to recieving enough freelance work to fund my studies. I went on to spend around 12 months freelancing as a designer, photographer and filmographer working with brands such as Unidays, Areté, and Toucan ventures.

references

Please feel free to contact any of the following references.

Richard Brown (Senior Designer), Super Union (London), richard.brown@superunion.com

Dan Blanshard (Senior 3D Designer), Michon Creative (Nottingham), dan@michoncreative.co.uk

Please feel free to view any of the following web based references.

https://www.dandad.org/awards/new-blood/2017/the-national-autistic-society/3117/understanding-autism/

https://michoncreative.co.uk/blog/2017/09/25/ntu-student-placement/