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 Pete is a designer and craftsman. His work has been pivotal in working closely with communities and key stakeholders to achieve brands which have helped build regions such as West Coast Tasmania, Derwent Valley and the Inner West of Sydney. Pete designs and manufactures exhibitions for government clients as well as the arts including the recent The Battle exhibition raising funds for cancer research.  

Pete is actively involved in the creative industry, where he works with the Australian Graphic Design Association (AGDA), in building better relationships with education and design graduates. He is the founder, content researcher and producer for Design Snitch a design reference platform for students. 

Multidisciplinary designer (brand and extensive technology experience)
Key skills: Brand identity, application development, guidelines development and brand rollout.
Bachelor degree in Information Technology 

Recent Clients

NSW Government, West Coast Council, Derwent Valley Council, Inner West Council, Sydney Film Festival, Adobe, Women’s and Girls’ Emergency Centre, and Sydney School of Entrepreneurship.

Roles and Responsibilities
Design, application design, guidelines development, community engagement, and technology.

Bachelor of Technology (Distinction) - Network Design and Management, UOW

Awards for projects worked on at FTP 
DIEMEN Creativity awards
The Battle - Creativity for good
The Battle - Brochure, catalogue, booklet or publication. 

2 x pinnacle
6 x distinction
10 x merit

Women’s and girls emergency centre 
Gold (branding)
Bronze (design craft - illustration)
The Battle
Gold (design craft - photography)
Inner West Sydney
Silver (branding)
Bronze (design craft - illustration)

Westcoast Tasmania 
Grand Prix award overall
Nation/place brand - gold
Creative strategy - gold
Creative assets  - gold


West Coast Tasmania
Wood Pencil / Branding / Campaign Logos / 2019
Shortlist / Graphic Design / Integrated Graphics / 2019
Wood Pencil / Writing For Design / Writing for Brands / 2019
Graphite Pencil / Branding / Brand Expression in Print / 2019

Agency of the Year
3 x Pinnacle
3 x Judges Choice
16 x Distinction
66th Sydney Film Festival
Pinnacle – Design Crafts / Writing for Design
Distinction – Identity / Branding - Large Business
Distinction – Identity / Brand Expression
Distinction – Identity / Logos & Trademarks
Distinction – Print / Campaigns
Distinction – Design Effectiveness / Marketing CampaignsWomens And Girls Emergency Centre
Pinnacle – Design for Good Social & Community
Distinction – Design Crafts / Illustration for Design
Distinction – Identity / Branding - Small Business
Merit – Identity / Logos & TrademarksWest Coast Tasmania
Pinnacle – Identity Branding - Large Business
Distinction – Identity / Brand Expression
Distinction – Identity / Logos & Trademarks
Distinction – Design Crafts / Typefaces
Distinction – Design Crafts / Typography for Design
Distinction – Design Crafts / Illustration for Design
Distinction – Design Crafts / Photography for Design
West of Centre - A West Coast ManualDistinction – Print / Catalogues & Brochures
Distinction – Print / Identity Manuals

West Coast Council - Silver
Sydney Film Festival  - bronze
West Coast Newspaper - silver & bronze

Diemen Awards
Creativity for Good – Women and Girls Emergency Centre
Brand ID – West Coast Tasmania
Finalists for:
Logo Design  - West Coast Tasmania
Brochure/Catalogue/Booklet/Publication – Forever West of Centre – A West Coast Manual
Brand ID – Women and girls Emergency Centre
Typography – Forever West of Centre
Copywriting – West Coast Tasmania

Government of Tasmania Awards
West Coast Branding - Finalist 

adobe government creativity awards
West Coast Branding
Multi-Channel Campaigns- Citizen-facing Campaign Winner
Special designation - best storytelling

Design Tasmania Awards
West Coast Campaign - Winner | Premier's Award
West Coast Campaign - Winner  | Visual Communication Award

Mate Act Now
Poster -In book

Key categories: Government, technology, community, professional services, culture and not-for-profits.
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