|Motion/graphic designer, writer, biscuit eater e: firstname.lastname@example.org|
So who is this "Blake" chap anyway?
Blake Neale is an award-winning motion/graphic designer, writer and director based in London. He loves biscuits.
By day he uses digital wizardry to bring all manner of projects to life, from promotional trails to channel idents to adverts on the sides of buses, for a television network best known for occasionally showing Friends. He also oversees the brandís visual identity at an international level - like Jeff Tracy but without all the techie kit.
By night, Blake seeks respite from marketing numpties by beavering away on personal projects in his loft-cum-studio space in Bromley, Kent. One such effort, an entry to a short film competition run by Aardman, made front page of Metro online in 2014 - before Aardman got their Plasticine knickers in a twist and took it down again. But hey, it still counts.
Downtime from creative endeavours often sees Blake immersing himself in British sitcoms of yesteryear. He is fascinated by all aspects of their production, from conception through to transmission (and any legacy thereafter), and misses a time when broadcasters knew what they were doing. Blake didn't get to where he is today by not knowing what he was doing.
He spends far too much time on eBay, playing Tetris, and aligning items on shelves so they all sit flush with the front - though not necessarily all three at the same time.
You won't find Blake on the likes of Fakebook or Twatter so experience the genuine article exclusively here. Avoid cheap imitations.
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