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Toby Tinsley joins 1HQ team as Senior Communications Designer

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As we continue to widen our expertise in order to help brands win in challenging, changing markets, we are thrilled to announce that Toby Tinsley has joined as 1HQ’s new Senior Communications Designer. 

Toby is an award-winning designer and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience  spanning over two and a half decades in the design business working not just in graphics but also in illustration, audio visual and experiential.   

Toby will work with clients to deliver high quality design development across a wide range of brand communications channels and disciplines. This will include advertising, digital & social, shopper, and corporate communications as well as promotional marketing, e-commerce, sponsorship exploitation and brand experience.

Toby Tinsley comments:

‘‘I have always believed that to grow as a designer you must surround yourself with people who push the boundaries, are not afraid of change, want to question and improve every detail and strive for the best possible outcome, and 1HQ have this in abundance”

1HQ welcomes Toby Tinsley to the team as Senior Communications Designer

Guy Hepplewhite comments:

With a design pedigree honed within one of the most ground-breaking automotive houses in the world followed by a similarly influential powerhouse in architecture, Toby’s pedigree is outstanding.  But it’s his hugely impressive portfolio of work across clients as dynamic and varied as Virgin (Atlantic, Voyages & Galactica), Nike, Ted Baker, Lamborghini, the British Museum, Heathrow and Taiwan International Airport that highlights the undoubted passion, craft and creative value that Toby can bring to 1HQ’s growing Brand Communications team and client base.


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