My work


Limber is a temporary staffing marketplace founded in 2016. The app based platform connects hospitality venues, restaurants and hotels with rated local workers looking to pick up extra shifts. As the companies first hire, I developed real exposure to the workings of an early stage seed startup ranging from investment to user interviews and everything in-between. During the placement I headed up the product team where I was responsible for designing a range of digital products from concept to delivery. I also helped define the companies first year of product strategy, managed the feature roadmap and managed an off-shore development team. I also designed their website which you can check out here:
Business Plan Competition US winners trip

In 2016 I was fortunate enough to be a winner in the University of Bath's Business Plan Competition. The winners trip took us to San Francisco and New York to meet tech startups, venture capitalists and influential Bath alumni. We received feedback and mentorship from the likes of the head of technology at JP Morgan, the ex CMO of Pepsi and Bank of America as well as a tour of the Google and Facebook campuses.


In 2017 I relaunched my freelance design brand under the name designedbyh. I design for a wide array of mediums including print, web and mobile. I have experience creating intuitive user interfaces and prototypes, as well as distinctive logos and brands for small businesses and startups.

We now have a diverse range of clients ranging from local businesses to internationally minded startups who we design anything from digital products and websites to logos and t-shirt designs for. A small selection of my portfolio is displayed below, but you can view more at
Logo, website and marketing materials
Logo, social media and business card designs
Logo design


In 2015, I spent 6 months working for LOVESPACE as part of my degree course, the company is a multi-award winning startup in it’s third year of high growth. Founded by Brett Akker the man behind StreetCar (now ZipCar) it was made up of a team of proven entrepreneurs, giving a fantastic opportunity to learn how a successful startup is grown and the challenges that come with scale.

I worked primarily in operations, leading a cross functional project to review the logistics and warehouse processes - implementing a culture of lean thinking. I built up an expertise in lean operations and the challenges of scaling in house distribution networks. An area of expertise I look forward to developing as the ‘on-demand’ economy continues to grow.


Shortlisted for the Best Youth Led Social Enterprise in England 2012
RailTrails UK was a Social Enterprise company that produced a series of family friendly guidebooks stemming from rural train lines. As founder and managing director of RailTrails I was responsible for the overall direction and strategy of the company with a particular focus on the commercial and graphics departments. The company was a huge success, selling over 3000 copies of the book into retailers such as Waterstones, Tesco and Asda.