hotshotcreative was born a while ago amidst the minds of our lead developer Mandy Lai, and our lead web designer Christine Champion
I say born, because it started as just an idea through a love for creative design. Chris and Mandy met at University back in 2005 and having worked on several successful creative projects together during this time, always longed to have their own business. Dreams do come true and hotshotcreative was officially launched in August 2011.
We work closely with our clients in order to fully understand what their requirements are and we strive to deliver the best products that we can. Delivering something which are customers are 100% happy with, is what drives us to succeed. We understand what our customers need because we are all customers ourselves, we know what we want, we know what we like and we aim to deliver that and so much more.
Before long hotshotcreative started to grow and as our projects became larger, we required more than just a web designer and a web developer, we wanted to create more than websites. Then the idea behind our logo was formed, identity, print, web and advertising.
We wished to spread our love for creativity across all other medias possible, and soon our lead photographer Geoffrey Shek joined the team. With his own brand of creativity, and impressive ability with a camera, our own new world was growing.
With all aspects of our project heading at full steam we soon realised that web design, logo design, and photography alone were not enough, and with every job demanding new and interesting skills and tasks, we were happy to welcome along Nick Hamilton, our lead motion graphics and all things video ‘man’.
Our team at hotshotcreative is growing rapidly and with it our dreams and expectations, so we needed someone to spread the word. A way with people, and an allegiance to words soon got Peter Boulton-Lear appointed as our lead sales and content editor.
hotshotcreative started as a small web design company with team members based in Cheshire and Derbyshire, but we strive to spread our reach further and we are growing stronger every day. I wonder how long ‘small‘ design team will cut it…?