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Manager Magazine wins a special award at MemCom 2013

Manager Magazine for the Institute of Administrative Management (IAM) is a project I worked on at Publicom since pitching for its relaunch, as art director, designer, artworker, retoucher, illustrator – you name it, on the creative side. Thanks to lovely, receptive clients at IAM and excellent editorial collaborators, in particular Richard Brent, it’s been a

Manager Magazine wins a special award at MemCom 20132015-03-16T14:00:40+00:00

BCFA Design Insider entered for IoIC Awards

You wait ages, and then two come along together. Design Insider, for the BCFA (British Contract Furnishing Association) and IDA (Interior Design Association), art directed & designed by Jason Regan while at Agency Publicom, has been entered into the Institute of Internal Communication‘s 2013 awards in the categories of Best Membership Publication and Best Relaunched

BCFA Design Insider entered for IoIC Awards2014-03-13T00:51:27+00:00

The ten greatest looking films ever made, Part 2

More of an outdoor flavour to this post, in contrast to Part 1 which featured a lot of artificially lit interiors. There’s no particular theme, although with a Road movie and two Westerns, there are three examples of non-US directors tackling some classic American movie staples, plus three mythic characters who have had multiple films

The ten greatest looking films ever made, Part 22018-07-19T10:18:19+01:00

Anatomy of a cover image

In the heady jet-set media world of contract publishing, there’s rarely the opportunity to commission original photography or illustration. Consequently, there’s a heavy reliance on stock imagery which can very quickly look a bit samey. I always like to go the extra mile, particularly on cover images, and really sell the story with something more

Anatomy of a cover image2014-03-13T00:54:00+00:00

The environments of 2001: A Space Odyssey

Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. There are so many incredible images associated with this film it’s difficult to know where to start or stop, but the ones that generally stick in my mind are those that highlight the amazing set design, and the lovely update of the 60′s air travel experience to space. One

The environments of 2001: A Space Odyssey2014-02-26T20:58:52+00:00

Kraftwerk live at Tate Modern

Back in early December, the Tate Gallery’s website crashed due to huge demand placed on it by music fans trying to get tickets to the Kraftwerk shows to be held in the Turbine Hall – 8 shows on consecutive nights, each focusing on a different album from their history. With only 700-odd people allowed in

Kraftwerk live at Tate Modern2014-03-13T00:55:58+00:00

Dan Flavin & light as art

Dan Flavin's neon art Light Show, the exhibition about to open at the Hayward Gallery on the South Bank, reminded me of another exhibit there from 2006, a retrospective of the work of neon artist Dan Flavin. Flavin was a New Yorker, born in 1933, who moved from Abstract Expressionist drawings & paintings,

Dan Flavin & light as art2014-04-02T16:40:46+01:00

About My Work

Projects showing a range of creative direction and execution, from brand to digital, events and video.