Being curious brings new territories and valuable insights to deliver stronger, more effective work. And that’s what we, at Brand Whiz are passionate about. Our approach is simple. We create a strategy that works for your brand, create the content, design engaging visuals and communicate with your customers. It’s all made just for you. We build creative activations that work.
I am a freelance Senior Graphic Designer, based in Durban. But thanks to the magic of the internet, I have worked with clients that are based all over the world!
I do a wide range of work including brand identities, logo design, adverts, brochures, annual reports, books and illustrations.
I am a versatile illustrator and designer and I am passionate about what I do. I am extremely reliable and easy to work with, with excellent time management skills.
I have a wide range of experience in advertising and publishing, having worked in the UK and South Africa. Some of the brands I have worked on include BBC, Cartoon Network, Chorion, Scholastic Books, LUX, Ponds, Russell Hobbs, Ilve, Knorr, Sunsilk and Coca Cola.
We are a collective of creative problem solvers that love growing brands and we do it by questioning everything. We ask the difficult questions to get to the crux of your brand’s perception because it’s your brand that is king and our ideas and executions are simply there to support and grow it.
For us, it’s all about the work. Nothing else matters as long as the work meets the objectives, solves the problem, is on target, on time and within budget. We create and breathe life into marketing and advertising campaigns that meet the set-out objectives (whilst pissing off your competitors).
At the end of the day, if we’ve changed your brand for the better, then we’ve done our job. It’s that simple.
Professional photographer – very skilled with years of experience in virtually every photography genre. Currently specialise in portraiture, weddings and fine art.
Im a photographer based in Cape Town, but can travel when needed. I specialise in lifestyle, fashion and advertising photography.
You can see samples of my work on Instagram @crispinsparg, or find my full portfolio at crispinsparg.com. If my style of photography fits your needs, please get in touch and feel free to ask me any questions you might have.
VISIONINJA (Knut Otto) uses the art of photography with multiple creative skills that ensures your creative concepts come to life with passion, added value
and a time efficient way. On-location or in-studio for stills as well as movies.
From the briefing stage to the handover of the completed artworks.
Retouching (and artistic grading) as well as final repro for print and web.
With a list of local and international clients, years experience in advertising
and branding. VISIONINJA believes a picture speaks a thousand words
and concept is king.
I’m a freelance graphic designer with 4 years of experience in creating cutting edge designs for small to medium sized companies in and around Pretoria…
I’m passionate about visual communication, and have helped elevate several companies through the way they are concieved by their clients, and they have managed to grab the attection of their custormer base…
I’m currently an Art Director of a growing Nail Polish Brand called Malia Nail care.
My services include:
Business Card Design,
Marketing Advertisments (Poster, Billboards, Fyers Banners etc),
Video production services including vidoegraphy and video editing.Complete video service including sound equipment , cameras and voice overs.Advertising for small to medium companies on YouTube or broadcast media.
Casey is a talented young photographer and has developed a strong and reliable reputation as well as an impressive portfolio featuring commercial work for clients such as Men’s Health Magazine, Runner’s World Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, The Sunday Times, The United Nations, Elle Magazine, Kauai, Garnier, Ritual, The United Nations, The Discovery Channel, Sky Atlantic & The BBC.
Among his highlights are meeting Morgan Freeman, photographing Bryan Adams, sharing a cuppa tea with the Archbishop Desmond Tutu as well as meeting his favourite author Wilbur Smith on location.