Birth and Concept

This company was formed in Jamaica, on October 2, 2005 - the first anniversary of my son's mysterious disappearance and presumed death. I decided to use his initials and a portion of his self ascribed pet name lil WOW to form the name of the company. Upon resigning from Cable & Wireless I was led to do something for myself. Warren had a lot of admiration for my talent and though he wanted to work in the field of science, he loved art...


Over 20 years of solid creative design experience in commercial art:

  • Cover Designs, Brochures, Flyers, Magazines, Newsletters.  
  • Ad designs, exhibition layout.
  • Publicity materials including Newspaper advertisements, Billboards, Building Signs.
  • Web Designing and content management. 
  • Freehand Calligraphy of Citations and Award materials.

Highly skilled in both Windows and Mac environment. Excellent analytical and communication skills with outstanding client-service attitude and initiative. Ability to self-start and multitask on varying assignments. Strong team oriented skills and ability to interface with people at all levels.


Global Directories USA/Caribbean Publishing (freelance)

4 years from June 2005 to the present. Preparing Directory Advertisements and sales collateral for the Director of Marketing.

Cable & Wireless Jamaica

9 years and 7+ months from October 2, 1995 to June 30, 2005. This included 6 months as a Public Relations Assistant as well as a Graphic Specialist/Systems Support Coordinator (at the Executive Level) with the responsibility of designing in-house publications, Providing and maintaining Web content for the department on the company's intranet and offering System Support to the computer users of the Corporate communications Department. Policing the use of the company’s brand usage and design elements: logos, fonts, colors etc

Morale Welfare and Recreation Department

U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

1 year and 3 months from December 28, 1993 to April 1, 1995. 6 months as a Color Photo Lab Technician and 9 months as Publicity Assistant with the responsibility of designing and disseminating all publicity material for military and civilian clubs and entertainment facilities. Single handedly running the MWR Publicity department from August 1994 to April 1, 1995.

Electronic Easel Limited (now defunct)

8 months between March 1993 - November 1993 with the responsibility of designing stationery, T-shirt, Books and magazines

Jamaica Telephone Company Limited- Directory Services Department

2 years and 9 months from May 1, 1990 to February 12, 1993 with the responsibility of designing advertisements for the National Yellow Pages, Pagination of the Island of Jamaica Directory's Yellow Pages, The Fax Telex Directory and other in house publications.

Money Index Limited

9 months from July 1989 to April 1990 with the responsibility of the magazine's cover design and it's layout.

Jamaica Information Service - Publications & Advertising Department

Approximately 3 years and 8 months as a commercial artist from September 1985 to May 1989



  • Quark Xpress
  • Adobe Creative Suite incorporating:
    Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe ImageReady, Adobe Illustrator –
  • Captain FTP
  • Caere OmniPage
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver
  • CorelDraw
  • Microsoft Products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

IBM Compatibles (Windows)

  • Adobe PhotoShop
  • Adobe Image ready
  • CorelDraw
  • Adobe PageMaker among others.
  • Microsoft Products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Macromedia Dreamweaver
  • Interwoven TeamSite


  • Jamaica School of Art 1980-1985 (Edna Manley School for the Visual Arts)
  • St. Mary High School 1975-1980


  • Spelling Bee Finalist 1974
  • Festival of Arts Musical Solo Finals Bronze Medalist 1975
  • Carreras Graphic Art Scholarship Awardee 1982
  • Logo design selected and used by the Jamaica Railway Corporation 1980
  • Placed Second in Caribbean Cement Logo Competition
  • Two Students at Alma Mater awarded in my honour 1993
  • Produced Citations for: Bishop Desmond Tutu; Former T&T Prime Minister ANR Robinson; Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley
  • Served for two terms as the PTA President of the Grants Pen Primary and infant Schools in Albion. St. Thomas.
  • Presently serving on numerous auxiliaries at the Yallahs Baptist Church: The Brotherhood, Education & Evangelism Committees and a member of the Church Choir.
  • Presently conducting a reading programme for the children of Grants Pen in St. Thomas
  • Justice of the Peace


Drawing, Reading, Gardening and simple mechanics




Upon request