Drp boosts its graphics team with four new starters

The Kidderminster-based agency has taken on new staff in line with a growing demand for graphics services.

The new starters at drp
The new starters at drp

Creative agency drp has expanded its graphics team with four new hires: Georgi Chalakov, has joined drp as assistant motion graphics designer; Scott Williams as live designer and operator; Katy McPhee as a motion graphics designer; and Matt Jones, as a 2D graphics designer.

As an assistant motion graphics designer, Chalakov will be responsible for the videography within the department, as well as editing videos, managing computer graphics, and being hands on with technical software. 

Williams’ role will primarily focus on providing live digital graphic designed presentations for clients, as well as being an onsite operator for the team.

As motion graphics designer, McPhee will deliver 2D assets, animations and motion graphics videos. And Jones joins drp as a 2D graphics designer, working with different divisions in the business, such as comms and events, to help produce printed and digital materials.

Dale Parmenter, CEO at drp, said: "drp is proud to be welcoming three new members to the growing graphics team. We have noticed a vast increase of clients wanting to use graphics on their projects... and with this expansion, it provides us with the resources and power to excel in such service."

 

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