1996-2000: Creating, designing and developing new ranges of small leather goods, shoes, luggage, watches and functional hardware with a discrete branding identity for Bally Luxury, Leisure and Travel sectors. The creation of a novel new range of men’s accessories for “exclusive to duty free” in-flight sales including accompanying in-flight packaging system. Winner of the TFWE (Tax Free World Exhibition), Frontier Design Award, Cannes, France in 1998.
1998: Applying the CONCORDE brand to the creation of a novel new range of luxury products and packages for sale by British Airways.
2011 – ongoing: Creating ultra exclusive mechanical men’s accessories for sale within Bugatti and Roland Iten Mechanical Luxury sales channels.
1998: Creating brand enhancing novel and patentable luxury watch concepts and packages for Carl F. Bucherer
2008: Creating and designing closing mechanisms for a range of women’s watches which are easy to use without destroying freshly manicured nails.
1997: Creating and designing a new range of smoking accessories which incorporate the Davidoff Brand ID architecture for sale within Davidoff retail channels.
2008: Creating ultra exclusive mechanical men’s accessories for sale within Dunhill and Roland Iten Mechanical Luxury sales channels.
2011-ongoing: Invention of the world's first mechanical "bracelink" concept (mechanical cufflinks which convert to a bracelet and vice versa) to illustrate the transformational culture of the Fonderie 47.
2004: Creating the first calibrated watch closure for the easy adjustment of a watch strap within an 8mm range without opening the clasp.
2011: Creating, designing and developing The Gagarin Watch case and dial, adding unique features and architecture to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Yuriy Gagarin’s maiden space voyage.
2007: Based on the concepts provided by Greubel Forsey, creating and refining a new watch closure to take advantage of unique features present on Greubel Forsey watch cases.
2009: The creation of a watch movement, case, dial and closure concept as a study to assess the feasibility of in-house manufacture for the Harry Winston Opus series.
1987-2002: Numerous toy and game concept creations for Milton Bradley including the award winning "Make me Laugh" board game.
1999: Creating and designing a new range of small leather goods which incorporate the Hermes Brand ID architecture for sale within Hermes travel retail channels
2009: Creating and designing a calibrated watch closure which integrates the Jaeger Le Coultre brand identity as the mechanism for the easy adjustment of a watch strap within an 8mm range without opening the clasp.
1999: Creating and developing of a range of novel promotional products for Formula 1 motor sports that incorporated discrete Marlboro branding identity to support the sale of the Philip Morris Marlboro brand in travel retailing.
2001: The creation of "gift with purchase" promotions for consumer dry goods , ice cream and confection products.
2001-2003: Creation of the 100 year anniversary corporate logo and other corporate communications vehicles including the holiday greetings sent to VIP clients and corresponding high quality corporate gift concepts.
1999: Winner of the Business Week "best products of the year award" -- The Smart Ash® portable ashtray was designed to integrate with a cigarette pack and is an easy way to store cigarette debris safely for later disposal.
1999: Winner of the Swiss Industrial Design Award-- The Cloudie Kingdom® toy family was adopted by Swissair as the basis for its inflight youth marketing initiative
1999: Imaginative and fun accessories for SWATCH products as well as a patented "pearl" concept for RADO.
2009: Creating and designing a calibrated watch closure which integrates the Vacheron brand identity as the mechanism for the easy adjustment of a watch strap.
2010: The creation of an updated, iconic adjustable watch strap concept for the "Sowan" watch model of the West End Watch Company (the preferred watch of the Dalai Lama) manufacturable in a variety of materials and designs.
1990: Integrating new adhesive technology into new designs for infant and children’s diapers and other personal hygiene products.
1997: Creating new compression packaging concepts for hygiene and other consumer disposable products for Borealis.
2011- ongoing: Taking advantage of the unique attributes provided to materials converted using a new range of plastics polymers, creating, designing and developing new environmentally astute footwear designs and footwear manufacturing systems.
1993: As part of a Mercedes Benz sponsored industrial design project, creation of the “double floor” security system for a concept car called the Golfball and later integrated into Smart and Mercedes Benz automobile models.
1991: Creating a corporate positioning campaign entitled "Just Imagine it" to showcase Siemen's unrivalled competitive advantage-- its size and intellectual capacity of its 300'000+ work force to harness its internal strengths to deliver just about any imaginable product or service to the marketplace.
2000: The creation of a new generation OW PET liquid containerisation and collation system (patented) and consumer preferred closures in collaboration with Tetra Pak Plastics Ltd.