From their studio based in Ayrshire, Scotland, Studio Yellowfields provides specialist visual communication solutions to clients in the UK, and internationally, working in architecture, planning, transport, heritage, conservation, tourism, publishing and wayfinding. They enjoy collaborating with creatives from all fields, employing craft, design and technology to create new outcomes for our clients. They are particularly interested in placemaking and wayfinding, narratives of place and space, and environmental design and graphics.
Clients have ranged from from private individuals, charities and SMEs through to bluechip and global companies. Jason and Shauna are available for projects, collaborations or consultancy. If you’d like to work with them, get in touch.
Jason, has extensive experience as a cartographer, graphic artist and designer. This has included positions in both the public and private sectors, and since 2000, trading as Yellowfields (now Studio Yellowfields), where he has worked independently and collaborates with other organisations. His broader range of skills encompass design strategy, design research, project management, concept development, detailed design and production, visual audits and design guidance, and wayfinding. He is as enthusiastic as ever and relishes opportunities to learn something new. Jason takes the lead on design.
“Working with Jason on our Zombies, Run! board game was a pleasure. He brought a great deal of ideas to the table, was thoughtful and detailed in design discussions, and delivered high-quality designs that brought our fictional locations to life.”
—Matt Wieteska, Six to Start
Shauna takes the lead in business development, marketing and partnerships. A self-starter and problem-solver, Shauna is a vital asset to the practice. She brings a technical understanding of deliverables as well as a natural artistic ability to the practice. She has strong administrative, organisational and client relationship management experience.
Angus takes the lead on studio well-being and brings many natural (and unnatural) talents to this pivotal role.