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David Jenner Est. 1972

Everything starts with design, and for the past two decades I have been creating design for the graphics and printing industries. Such services include logo creation photography and stationery design for private and commercial clients.

Business cards, letterheads, flyers and advertisements are typical projects undertaken on a daily basis and ever since I established my business in 1989 I have offered a
printing service for many of these products as well. Being creative is something I relish; I'm always looking for ways to incorporate new typographical and photographic techniques into my design work whilst maintaining the traditional principles of good design. I constantly invest my time and money into the latest pre-press equipment and software so I can continue to offer a professional service. I am fortunate enough to have developed a career that I love and I thoroughly enjoy my vocation.

Those who know me, know my passion for
photography and from an entry field in excess of 57,000, my picture of the stag in the snow entitled "Caught in the Sights!" was lucky enough to be placed as in the top 100 in the BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition 2014. This is now the second picture I have had shortlisted, maybe next year I can go one better…
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"Wrecked!" placed in the final four of the landscape category of the BBC Countryfile Calendar Competition 2012.
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"Catch Me If You Can!" awarded third place in the Wex Photographic "Capturing Movement" 2012 Competition for this swallow I caught in full flight.
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Design is not only my living but my passion. Ever since I first learnt to Letraset I knew that the graphics industry was going to be my life and career. I consider myself one of the last of the "paste-up" generation as I learnt many of the traditional crafts of the trade before the advent of computers took away our Cow Gum! Since then of course, Apple computers are now an integral part of my job and I actively enjoy learning to become more creative through using new software, I also know what end to hold the Bezier tool. I have an unhealthy obsession in type and typography and have an ever growing collection of fonts. I take great pleasure in sorting my PostScripts from my OpenTypes!
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