Philippe Ingels


I really like being creative. I like coming up with new ideas, trying out new ways of doing things, learning new skills and blah, blah, blah ... I know that sounds very cliché but it happens to be true.


That creativity is probably driven by an unbridled fear of the possibility of disappearing into obscure nothingness but who's complaining if a weakness results in having so much fun!



Creativity for its own sake is all good and well but if it solves a sticky problem for someone else, it places that process on a whole different level.

Now you don't just have a nice warm feeling of satisfaction about having created something awesome, but others share that feeling too and you then feel doubly good because they feel so happy with what you've created.

It's explosive stuff.


I love complexity and giving attention to detail - it's like a messy something that befuddles your brain and you have to disassemble the thing and then put it together again until that 'a-ha' moment suddenly pounces on you from left field ... pure joy.



If there is one thing I've learned, it's this: a team of talented people can create far better and more impressive solutions that any individual person.


That's why I value the input of my clients and the people I collaborate with. All that matters is the end product ... OK, and enjoying the process of creating it.



I love what I do. I almost became a physicist and then, for reasons I still can't quite fathom, I decided to study graphic design. And I've enjoyed every moment of it.It's like eating cupcakes - you can never have enough.

I've done work for ...

Either directly or through collaboration I’ve done work for the following wonderful companies.