Keith has worked on many community projects including designing bonfire sculptures and managing a team to create them.  Each bonfire plays a major role in East Hoathly's annual November carnival celebrations, including 2008's poignant 'War Memorial'.

Community is central to many of his projects. The design of the gateway itself draws upon elements which are significant and particular to East Hoathly.

Strengthening the community bond Keith helped a local primary school on a recent project where they used his expertise as a graphic designer.


above: work on a large fire banner in progress


With his help they used their designs to produce an information leaflet as a guide to the flora and fauna of the Chiddingly Cricket Club ground.  This guide is now available to visitors at the ground.

He also runs a thriving sign and design business, 'Creation Signs',  with projects including the design and production of information  panels for the Woodland Trust, and design, consultation and signmaking for the BBC's 'Mary Queen of Shops' and Channel 4's  'Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares'. Glyndebourne Opera House is also a regular client.

Keith welcomes any enquiries for other projects, both public and private, and can be reached via the contact page.