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I have designed and maintain several website's (and logos), and am available for commission. Please email me if you are interested with details of what you want and I'll get back in contact with you.

Furniture on The Move

Furniture On The Move, specialist furniture hire for live events, film and TV.

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Motion Productions

Motion Productions specialise in the management of a huge range of creative events, offering total production solutions.

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Ghost Of The Doll


This is my own website for toys of the eighties, which I used to collect. It contains a list of all My Little Ponies, Keypers, Care Bears (etc) for identification purposes to aid other collectors. With many photographs and information, it is a large site with many more toys to be added!

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Visionary Tongue


This is a site I designed for a printed literary magazine which comes out 3-4 times a year. All previous issues have been archived, with poetry and fiction available to read online.

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The Poetry of Jamie W. Spracklen

This is a web site full of poetry, available to read online, download and buy.

< Go to The Poetry of Jamie W. Spracklen >

Tracing Ghosts


Another of my own website's. I became interested in researching my family tree early this year (2005), and decided to compile it all into a website so other members of my family can read it too. I also want to get into researching other peoples family history, so is a good way of showing of my skills!

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I designed and maintained this site from 2004-06. Every two months Sundown had (and still have) an open mic poetry and multimedia event, which I also photographed. There was information on performers and artists who have taken part, a listen page and a watch page. A BIG site! The site has since been redesigned by someone else.

Corporal William Mayger

I designed this website to aid the sale of various items once belonging to Corporal William Mayger, a young man who lost his life just 6 weeks before the end of World War 1.

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