With an honours degree in Graphic Design, Tim Parker built up a successful creative design practice in the UK from 1988 until settling in Cairns, Far North Queensland, with his family in 2000 and establishing Pembroke Graphics. The emphasis of this business has been to provide high quality design solutions for small to medium-sized businesses, government agencies and not-for-profit organisations through an excellence in a wide range of computer graphics applications matched with a well honed design flair and artistic creativity.
Since arriving in the Far North Tim has specialised in producing pieces of graphic communication for print media and interpretive signage as well as for the web. Pembroke Graphics collaborates with other locally based creative professionals, such as copywriters and photographers, as well as IT professionals, printers and sign manufacturers – drawing upon the wealth of local talent and expertise to fulfil the demands of projects large and small.
Pembroke Graphics has been successfully meeting the creative needs, in both the print and digital media, of many and varied enterprises ranging from engineering, tourism and bio-tech to education, not-for-profit, local government, state and federal government agencies.
Tim also has a background in illustration, having being regularly commissioned to produce drawings, cartoons and maps. Tim’s artistic abilities very much influence and complement his approach to the creative process. As well as creating design solutions for the printed media, the business also extends it’s services to the development of WordPress websites.
Since 2007 Tim has collaborated in the publishing of a series of wildlife books, Wild About the Tropics, centred on the rich and varied wildlife of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and Great Barrier Reef.
Some of my past and present clients
QBiotics, Catholic Education Diocese of Cairns, Cairns Regional Council, Wet Tropics Management Authority, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Torres Strait Regional Authority, Ergon Energy, Family Responsibilities Commission, Reef & Rainforest Research Centre, Tourism Tropical North Queensland, Biosecurity Queensland, Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, James Cook University, Queensland Health, Queensland Education, Queensland Heritage Trails Network and the Department of Main Roads.