Dill started his career in book publishing as a designer for Dorling Kindersley before joining the creative team at The Company working on national advertising campaigns and point-of-sale material for both consumers and B2B. More recently he has worked on a collaborative basis in a wide range of sectors, including with many start-up companies emerging from Cambridge University, before joining the KISS team in 2012.

Dill is well known for unusual, highly detailed illustrative work and has built up a large portfolio that includes 12" album cover designs and a hand painted billboard for Eric Clapton. He has also worked with a variety of established brands on more conventional projects, including Interflora, Thomas Cook, Greene King, Tenneco, The Body Shop, Hotel Chocolat, Plasti-Kote, Norwich Union, Bank of Scotland and Wimbledon.

Dill has won a variety of awards on an individual and collaborative basis, including The New York Festivals Bronze Medal, Best Free Standing Newspaper Insert for ‘Interflora Valentine’s Day’ and Corporate Identity 2001 for ‘Hot Haus’.

Dill now works on the creative and branding aspects of our services, while working with the team to quality check the visual artwork and presentations produced at KISS for all our clients. His technical knowledge of print and strong understanding of brand image across all communications helps the team in all departments and creates a consistency not just for our clients but for the KISS brand too.