Graphic Designer Joins Growing Team

Northern Media is delighted to welcome Jessica Venson as our new graphic designer.

Jess, a recent graduate of Barnsley College, has lots of experience working within an agency environment with Gem, the colleges own in house graphic design agency. At Gem, Jess worked with clients to design and create company logos and corporate identities, design posters, brochures, web visuals and print media advertising.

Jess will play a key role within the business, working directly alongside sales director Jonathan Scott, managing director Chris Elliott and marketing executive Anthony Bowyer. Not only will Jess be involved in major digital design projects, but she will also play a key role in producing design graphics to support client social media campaigns.

Commenting on her new role, Jess added, “I am really pleased to have joined Northern Media and such a young and dynamic team. Despite only being here a few weeks, I have already been involved in some key design projects including web design visuals, post card designs and print advertising projects. It’s great to be part of a team that is forward thinking and constantly looking to grow.”

If you have recently graduated from a design led course and are interested in a career in graphic design with one of Wakefield’s leading marketing agencies, call Chris Elliott on 01924 367105 or send us your CV to

Similarly if you are looking to build a new website, produce a new brochure, invest in an advertising campaign or undertake a direct mail campaign and need some creative design work, contact Jess at

Written by Helen

Support Executive

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