Simon Christopher Waller has been gratifyingly immersed in the design industry for over 9 years – acting as videographer, graphic designer, photographer and music composer. Most of his professional career has been spent working in London; however he spent a year working in Paris and works with an agency in New York. Simon absolutely loves his work with a passion and surrounds himself with professionals of the same mindset, which helps inspire and challenge him.
- Film making, clients include: Adobe, Dow Chemical Co, Calvin Klein, Creative Review, The Passage, DSM Dyneema, D&AD and Kurt Geiger. One film project received numerous accolades, including a £150million bid to regenerate Gateshead. (examples on request)
- Animation / motion graphics for multimedia, clients include: Columns, Stream, London Business School, Visa, Tesco and Miniscoff (examples on request)
- Photography: Vogue magazine, The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Dow Chemical Co, Thermo Scientific, La Porta Di Vertine (portfolio www.siwaller.com)
- Web design/build, clients include: Eurosport, Platinum Guild, Air France, T-Mobile, HP, The Environmental Investigations Agency and Arts Council England to name a few.
- Music composition: clients include, McCann Erikson, Saatchi & Saatchi, Kurt Geiger, Sony, Nokia, Rough Guides, Dorling Kindersley and Muller.
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Simon enjoys his job and wants the people he works with to enjoy working with him as well. He prides himself on the ability to foster enduring relationships with clients. Managing client expectations is critical and after, he can soundly anticipate potential problems. His jobs run smoothly and timely – creating strong relationships that help groups work as a team to overcome potential obstacles and find the right solutions. With all the advantages technology gives today, as a designer/developer/photographer, etc one needs to consider the wide range of options available to deliver and execute the desired results for clients. Simon strongly believe in the importance of keeping up to date and adopting a consultative approach when explaining new developing languages and tools.