Little Big Ideas (LBI) was set-up to be a flexible platform to engage either directly with clients or to work through creative and marketing agencies. Whilst working under the LBI banner I have delivered projects for a wide range of companies from SMB to global corporates. These projects have primarily cut across print and digital with a focus on brand, integrated campaigns, channel sales support and web development.

The work is varied and requires the flexibility to work either as part of a team or on my own, on-site or remotely. As well as the delivery of creative services I am experienced at building the background processes involved in delivering integrated campaigns within an organisation, tying together the internal and external resources and how they interact to deliver projects.

I am confident working direct with clients taking a creative brief, presenting and managing relationships.

Clients have included: Intuitive Group (Hitachi, Vodafone, McAfee, BT), BrandView, Sennheiser, Nowtel, Microsoft, Sungard, Vizioz, Profiles Creative, Alburaq Bank, Pakistan High Commission and DD TV.



Mark Wrangham has worked in the creative industry for over 25 years delivering solutions to design requirements for both SMB and Corporate clients alike. He has been a founding member on innovative start-ups in the digital world and created new ways to deliver integrated communications to interact with an audience. He has held Creative Director roles and set-up new creative services for agencies, for the last 10 years has worked freelance for a wide variety of clients both in the UK and further afield.

As well as graphic design he has a keen interest in painting, exhibiting and selling work along with a passion for music that has seen him perform as a guitarist and singer all over the UK and Europe. He has at times combined all these talents to promote venues and artists and in the mid 90’s launch the first online only music magazine called Freebase, which ran for 4 years in the early days of the internet.

He lives and breathes creativity as it is now so ingrained in his life it’s hard to switch off.

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