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H&I Music Ltd is a music management company looking after world renowned Producers and recording artists: Phil Ramone (Madonna, Paul McCartney, Frank Sinatra, Luciano Pavarotti), SMV (Plan B, Jeff Beck), Tim Ross aka Cash (War Child, Blake, The Osmonds), singer-songwriter Universal Germany artist Aura Dione and X Factor artist Ruth Lorenzo, (amongst others).
We are looking for someone who will design a website and logo for new artist Ellis Hall. We can provide all the assets (text, media, links) and we need someone who is able to create an eye-catching, current, cool simple site that performs well. We need to be able to update the website once it’s up and running and therefore be able to upload new content easily or if the candidate is interested in maintaining the website, we can possibly agree a monthly or per job/content update after build. The site should link to Ellis's social media sites and a full brief will be given to the chosen candidate. Please be aware that this is a passion project so there is no money involved but we will pay for the necessary costs such as domain and storage space to get the website up and running.
We are particularly looking for someone to give the whole Ellis Hall project a 'look'. Style example/ideas - Ray Charles/Classic/Retro feel/Blue Note. Ellis's musical style is similar to Cee Lo Green, Bruno Mars, Aloe Blacc. He has currently been working with Plan B's producers.
This is a good project to be included in your CV and there is potentially paid work in the future.
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