No, he isn’t joining Dorothy to visit the wizard!
Hector Lowe, our head designer, is off on an Australian adventure. Later this month he will be swapping our Fulham office for Sydney’s sunshine and so he parts from the Foundry Digital team.
Hec has been an integral part of the Foundry family for the past few years so he will be greatly missed!
Hector’s skills, drive, passion and creativity has led to the production of fantastic design work time and time again that we have been proud to have represent Foundry and contribute to building Foundry’s reputation.
His natural creative flare enables him to transform a brief or sketch into innovative bespoke design that meets, if not surpasses, client expectation.
As if his work was not reason enough to want him as your designer, you couldn’t ask for a more personable or switched on guy. This makes the design process a productive and enjoyable experience as he is pro at working skilfully and efficiently , always communicating with colleagues and clients to ensure they are aware of project progression.
This is apparent in colleague and client praise:
What makes Hector a fantastic graphic designer is not simply his creative talent and eye for detail, but his ability to fully understand the vision and strategy behind the business he is working with. He has a unique ability to translate this into a visual depiction which accurately reflects the business and underlying values, and tells a story on its own.
An intelligent, helpful guy and super talented designer. A great sense of humour that always helps keep the team’s spirit up. It’s been a pleasure to work with him.
You can always be confident that Hec will deliver awesome design. He’s been a fab asset to the Foundry family and any design team would be lucky to have him.
Over the past 2 years Hec’s uninspiring work has been consistent. He has given nothing new or exciting or creative to the team. His lack of skills, enthusiasm and poor attention to detail skills won’t be missed, nor his brown suits and poor fashion sense. This trip to Australia can certainly bring a new career perspective to something more suited like being an accountant. Good riddance!
We hope that he can fulfil his wish of continuing to do design work whilst in Australia, as he will be an asset to any design team wherever in the world he explores.
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