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Bēhance

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A highly committed, exceptional 3D and 2D designer with a strong passion for design and architecture. With over 18 years industry experience his work is a rich blend of traditional design skills, conceptual development, and 3-D computer visualisation. He was a graduate of Product Design and Fine Arts (BA hons) a… Read More
A highly committed, exceptional 3D and 2D designer with a strong passion for design and architecture. With over 18 years industry experience his work is a rich blend of traditional design skills, conceptual development, and 3-D computer visualisation. He was a graduate of Product Design and Fine Arts (BA hons) and Post graduate Master’s in Industrial Design from Central St Martin’s, London.

Projects have included; LOCOG, BP Gas, Boeing, Goldman Sachs, American Architectural Foundation, Biotechnology, Accenture, Edelman API,
American Red Cross, AARP and President Obama’s inauguration 2008,
FEI Alltech World Equestrian Games 2010, Dubai Racing Club, Microsoft MGX and the PGA Championship. Read Less
Over the last decade my design direction can be affiliated with the term experiential / experience design. Whether it be retail scenarios, brand experience / experiential marketing, interactive exhibits, museum spaces, or sculptural elements.
During a period of 18 months I was the lead designer for the 2010 World Equestrian Games, Lexington, Kentucky. Dubbed the Equine Olympics it was the first time the games was hosted in the US. Many of the projects were high end hospitality based interiors, temporary in nature yet varied none the less. Highlights of… Read More
During a period of 18 months I was the lead designer for the 2010 World Equestrian Games, Lexington, Kentucky. Dubbed the Equine Olympics it was the first time the games was hosted in the US. Many of the projects were high end hospitality based interiors, temporary in nature yet varied none the less. Highlights of this time were the Maker's Mark Bourbon Bar, Alltech Sculpture installation and the Dubai Racing Club Pavilion. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 15, 2010