My name is Clair Neal and I'm a freelance designer working across print, digital and interaction design.
Formerly the Lead Designer at Kin, I'm currently working in London and Wiltshire.
I started my design career 14 years ago at a small studio in Peterborough producing food photography and labelling for Marks & Spencers and designing interactive staff training tools for Asda Walmart. I went on to join marketing agency NVm and moved to London where we designed and developed some of the first direct-to-mobile music purchasing and download services for major record labels.
In 2010 I took a career break to study on the BA Design course at Goldsmiths before joining the design team at Kin.
2015 I decided to pursue my obsession with food and cheesemaking so I relocated to Wiltshire and co-founded Archett & Garne Delicatessen with my partner ('Archett & Garne' means orchard and garden in the old Wiltshire dialect).
Since 2016, I’ve been working with Medievalist Rebecca Lyons from the University of Bristol as a volunteer, assisting with design and marketing for the first Wilton History Festival.
National Maritime Museum – Royal Museums Greenwich, Wallpaper* Magazine, Samsung, HMKM, Selfridges, London Transport Museum, Boden, Nokia, Southbank Centre, Dell, ARUP, Virgin Records, The Fragmented Orchestra, Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Maths – No Problem!, EMI Records, NOW Music, Collins English Dictionary, The Student Room, onedotzero, Lord Andrew Zelig Stone of Blackheath, London College of Fashion & Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts London.