I meet Graham at a business course we both took, Graham was like myself in that he was starting his own business. Graham at the time wasn’t sure what exactly he would specialise in when it came to Frames Per Second. He was a very experienced videographer and had been working freelance for a long time before he decided to give it a go himself.
Graham wanted a simple and clear site that without too many words displayed what he had to offer. He knew the importance of having a presence online and having an easily navigated place for all his work to be stored. Graham is an amazing blogger; that with his own work has almost hit 1000’s likes on facebook and gets at least one hundred and fifty people to his site per day when he makes a new blog posting.
As well as building the site for Graham we also did the branding. Graham was a big fan of rally and it was from this that the logo emerged. I studied the design aesthetic used in the rally world and attempted to find something for Frames Per Second that would work for a videographer and a rally lover.