A warm welcome to Gary and Tom who have both joined the client teams here at Blueleaf and would love to tell you a bit about themselves. We’ll let Gary kick off:
“Hey, I’m Gary and I've joined Blueleaf as a Project Manager with one of the client teams. I come from just over the border in Wales (spare me the jokes as I'm English!) and having lived locally all my life it's great to be working for a local digital agency.
I arrive at Blueleaf with five years of project management experience, coming from an IT background and then having moved into the digital arena as my passion is really with all things webby, not massive data sets. Having worked with the team here at Blueleaf for a few weeks now, I can already tell they’re a great bunch and combine that with the awesome client list we have, it makes for a fantastic workplace.
Outside of work I'm a keen musician playing bass but recently I have strayed off the low end path and have started to learn piano. I'm currently part of a covers/jam band and we hope to be gigging soon so keep an eye out! I also follow Derby County (someone has to!)”
And now over to Tom:
“Hi everyone, I’m Tom and I’m delighted to have joined the Blueleaf team as a producer. Having worked in Manchester for the last few years, I’m really pleased to have swapped the busy hustle and bustle of the city for our lovely countryside location here in Cheshire.
I have ten years of creative experience in both digital and integrated agencies, specialising in the management and production of a wide variety of creative digital projects. I am really looking forward to working with our wonderfully talented team here to build our ever increasing and impressive client base.
Outside of work I am really into sports. I’m a keen squash player and have a passion for the blue half of Manchester. I also love to spend time with friends and family. My current project outside of work is my wedding, which isn’t far away! It’s due to take place at Quarry Bank Mill in Styal where, as a nine-year old, I was on Blue Peter acting the part of an apprentice – and yes I’m proud to say I have got a Blue Peter badge.”