Juicebox Design is a creative boutique delivering comprehensive solutions in the field of graphic design and creation to the needs of new media as well as old.
Located in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, though worldwide oriented, I try to merge the highest quality and expressiveness with unique style adding professional service and always being on time. I specialise in design within the music industry: print, corporate identity creation, illustration and web. I also have many years experience working within the corporate sector.
Past and present clients include Carl Cox’s Intec, Chew The Fat, Andy George & Jaymo’s Moda, Meat Katie and his label Lot49, Elite Force, U&A, Menu Music, Mafia Kiss and Aquasky’s Passenger label and many more.
I am also an artist specialising in Irish landscapes, animals and still life pieces working in mainly acrylics and pen as well as other media.
I also have a monthly radioshow under the Juicebox name.
Music is also a huge part of my life! Here is a short bio on my career so far:
Louise ‘Fifties’ O’Donnell is a dedicated music follower from broken beats to jackin’ techno, bass heavy grime to party funk vinyl. Djing since 2006, her training ground was the ‘The Cell’ in Lincoln where Andy George & Jaymo’s ‘Moda’ night began and she became a favorite with her warm up skills. Also experienced as a peak time player, her genre defying sets have taken her across the UK and Ireland playing everywhere from The Wickerman Festival to the infamous Lush at Kelly’s Nightclub. Receiving high praise from both DJ Mag and featuring in iDJ’s Raw Talent before she had even played a gig, this is not just any dolly dj!
During playtime, this talented lady has carved a name for herself as the prolific journalist on the blog front as ‘Editor’ for music blog LifeSupportMachine.co.uk. Having her own monthly show (also entitled Juicebox) on NSBRadio keeps her at the forefront of the scene.