About me & CV.

A little bit about myself

As a young man I designed for the music world, working at the New Musical Express, moving on to become a Head Designer working on tour advertising, festivals to bar logos.
Seeking a new challenges I became a designer, typographer and illustrator for large advertising agencies including TBWA and many others, moving up from Head of Design, Head of Art and eventually becoming Creative Director of a small agency.

Realising one could do the job at home I became an independent company specialising in branding and website design for a wide range of clients of all shapes and sizes.

Have a look at trevoirio.wordpress.com for my professional portfolio.
This is my CV: Trevor Mill CV 2016 Design & Art

If you like anything, or want me to work on a project
please drop me a line. trevor_mill@hotmail.com

Black suit sitting 1 sm

Some of my design clients:

House Schools Group  (3 Private schools in London)
(Housing for students in Manchester)
Alice Hart-Davis  (Beauty journalist)
Auckland Castle Trust (The Prince Bishop’s Palace, Bishop Auckland)
Creed (Highly original fragrances of extravagant quality)
(Large worldwide Non Government Organisation enabler)
Save The NHS 
(Leading online publication publisher)
Ntinga (Diamond jewellery)
Track 0 (Working towards a zero emission future)
David Reeves (English Tailor based in NYC)
Barnes, Kew & Sheen Bookshop (Lovely independent bookshops)
Adelita (Brilliant book publishers)
Alan D Boyd (Multi-media man)
Musiconomy (Music education)
Thorpe (Fashion house)
D&D Make Up
We Pollinate (Ad agency)
xk8 (Club promotion)
Seghire (Segways)
National Horseracing Museum
The British Sporting Art Trust
Age Matters
Yerbury Primary School
Long Clothing
The Devil’s Music

My painting career

SOLO Exhibitions

40 life paintings from the last 12 months

Islington Exhibits 2014
26 large life drawings / paintings from 2 years
made into a massive concertina book

FREVD, London 2012
15 paintings from the previous 12 years

FREVD, Oxford 1992 
32 paintings and sculptures

Group Exhibitions

The Framers gallery,
London 2013
LOLCAT – Teh Exhibishun

Great Western Studios,
London 2011
How to be an Alien

Golden Square,
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2013

Thanks for looking.

17 Responses to About me & CV.

  1. Ma&Pa. Mill says:

    Where is the Peace one day? or is someones copyright?

  2. Ma&Pa. Mill says:

    Where is the Peace one day poster,or is it someone elses copyright?
    Nice to see what you get up to in your spare time,Verrry interestink.

  3. Trevor Mill says:

    Thanks for the reminder! I would have to scan it the print in. Worth doing even if it is 1000 years old.
    The copyright is a strange thing on the net. I’m not really advertising this blog so it should be lost in the ether unless I actively direct someone here.

    As for spare time… could I borrow some to do some DIY in?

  4. Anna Hazlett says:

    Us northen folks are very impressed to have such a talented relative who l5ves in the big city. Do you know the queen? I really like the black and white cover. Hope you get lots of work.

  5. lestaret says:

    Happy new year Trevor! I nominated YOU for a Liebster Award because I like your blog! Part of the award is for you to nominate eleven other bloggers with fewer than 200 followers, to answer eleven questions, and ask eleven more…
    See here for details.

  6. Hi there Trevor,
    Thanks for taking the time to stopby my little corner of the blogoshpere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated. I look forward to seeing more from you,
    Have a great day, 🙂


  7. You have very strong portfolio. Glad that you visit my pages. Thanks for encouragement. All the very best for future!

  8. Trevor Mill says:

    Thank you. Nice blog.

  9. julie harms says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog Trevor, I had a fine time visiting yours as well.

  10. Tulika B. says:

    Thanks for following one of my blogs “On Art and Aesthetics”. 🙂

  11. Trevor, thank you for sharing your art and design work. Any advice for someone who is just trying to rediscover their passion for art and possibly a career in design?

  12. Trevor Mill says:

    Passion is important. Treating your with some value. If you do others might too. Put the hours in, not just the working but the looking and listening. Have a look around your local supermarket, all that design fighting for your attention! Be practical. Good luck Planet.

  13. Jeff Gold says:

    Your work is very exciting. I particularly liked the life drawings and paintings. Very artful and original. The drawings have terrific energy.

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