Image of William Webb

Photoshop self portrait

After graduating from Ravensbourne College of Art & Design with a BA Degree in Graphic Design I worked as a freelance illustrator and designer. A couple of years later I moved to New York. I found work with clients such as Conran’s, Liz Claiborne Inc, the New York Times and the New York Transit Authority.

When I returned to England I diversified. I worked on anything from mural painting to Photoshop editing and illustration. I’ve researched, written, designed and illustrated a series of children’s historical activity books. Working for National Trust I produced historical interpretation signs and exhibition panels. I used my calligraphy skills in Body Shop promotions and illustrated packaging for Marks and Spencer. Other clients have included The Independent, the V&A Museum, the British Museum, and most recently The Royal Mint.

I work in anything from linoleum to Adobe software. Hopefully my folio shows this diversity. If you want to see more, go to my Behance folio where you’ll find a detailed look at some of my projects.

I now reside with my wife in St Leonards-On-Sea and enjoy playing an active role in my local church, visiting historical sites both here and abroad and being inspired by other creatives.