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Meet the team

Simon

Simon Yarwood

Simon has over 25 years experience in local and international publishing, marketing and event management. He has worked on projects as diverse as logo and brand creation to launching global awards programmes and has headed up teams looking to increase exports in various markets. He is equally at home with B2B and B2C clients. Simon has worked closely with small business’ and global blue chips and also runs an international publishing company. In his spare time he is a director of Waterloo Rugby Club and enjoys good food and wine and being at home with his wife Kim and dog Meg. (see picture!)

Stephen

Stephen Tierney

Stephen has been a writer for 21 years, working on copywriting projects for major newspapers, government departments and an extensive range of private-sector companies. Projects have ranged from a guide for visiting football fans during the 1996 European Championship, to annual reports for international not-for-profit organisations. He has won awards from Plain English Campaign and the Institute of Internal Communication. In his spare time, he likes reading, radio and football.

Tim

Tim Button

Tim graduated with a BA in Graphic Design in 1996. Before joining WTP Creative, Tim built up 15 years studio experience starting in the Children's Book department of Dorling Kindersley in London and continuing as senior designer back in the north west at Waring Collins. Tim has managed projects from concept through to final print - designing logos, brochures, magazines and websites for a range of organisations both large and small, including BAe Systems, Hanselifter, Phoenix Safes, Liverpool Theatre School and Pearson Education. Away from design Tim is married with two young children and is a long-suffering supporter of Everton Football Club.

Vicky

Vicky Owens

Vicky graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Graphic Design in 1999 where she was nominated for a D&AD Award in Typography. Since then she has worked for The British Army; Urban Splash property developers; a small reprographics house on the Wirral and, prior to WTP Creative, managed a design studio and team at wirralbiz, which involved dealing with the public on a day-to-day basis to assist them in designs for their new businesses, from initial conception through to final production. When away from her desk she likes to bake, walk, read, watch films, eat bad foods (which she shouldn't) and has an unhealthy obsession with a certain British actor. It's elementary.