Since establishing Insite Graphics in 2001, owners James Winzar & Chris Berrisford are still very much involved in day to day operations.
Director and Co-founder
James is always thinking. About projects, but mainly football and biscuits. His ancestors were dockyard workers and fishermen and he misses the beaches of his youth. When he’s not delegating or commuting, he’s a family man, that some say likes Gary Neville too much.
Director and Co-founder
Chris is a sprint race dweller with an affinity for punk rock and fine dining. He rides Subarus and skies with trepidation. Enjoys working across Europe but always prefers London. Proudly colours his hair. His favourite Pantone is 190 C.
Mark handles all the official business, guiding each project along its flightpath with care, optimism, and just a bit of sass. Brompton nerd, film buff, pompey person. He can tell your fortune, be your bodyguard, and be your long-lost pal.
Andrew reads too much and shaves too little. He likes non-fiction, Lean epics, 3-4 defences and 50 shades of Gay. He’s never heard of Gillette, and doesn’t care much for wine. He plays dad, taxi, and four goal hero.
Ray is amicable chap in his mid 50’s that still has a zest for life, has a passion for Vespa Scooters, Chelsea Football Club and Harley Davidson’s, before joining the events industry Ray had a varied career that included being a used car salesman and a restaurant manager, notable moment to date are once piloting a 1930’s biplane and working in a traveling circus – which all bodes well for working at Insite Graphics
Hannah is an Exhibitor marketing Jedi and a cake maker at the University of Kingsley. She is a passionate graphics thinker and storyteller who enjoys rowing, gardening and geeking over a great cup of coffee.
Holly is a designer and artworker from a town in Hounslow you’ve never heard of. An equal lover of Justin Bieber and Timberlake, She fully subscribes to the “don’t mess with me, stupid” principle.
She spends part of her days wondering how to combine her two loves, comic books and easter eggs. The rest of her time she spends trying to design killer method statements.
Senior Installation Manager
Ryan has almost been a golfing professional for over eighteen years, and is very keen on chilli sauce. Ryan has a spiritual aura, with fast squeegee tekkers. A pub quiz generalist with a passion for pot noodles.
Unstoppable Install Ninja living in Worcester Park. He never swears profusely and is passionate about barbeques / ketchup, and how the two intersect.
Senior Production Manager
Cosmin calls himself “a print guru extraordinaire,” and we refer to him “a horse whisperer for large format.” Cosmin also creates dance shows. His dance work has been performed on all the major Romanian television networks.
Production / Fitter
Strategic, multidisciplinary pull-up and roller banner wizard with an eye for pixel perfection. His wish is to combine his knowledge and experience of Nintendo, with his 42,000 blog subscribers. He also loves coffee.
Iliyan is an award winning and highly skilled pianist. Grey hair distinguishes him from the others in his field of expertise. He is determined to uncover the secrets of how quantum physics effect people and companies communicate.
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Emil – Pronounced Emo, is an installer by day and the creative force behind MBAG by night. With petrol running through his veins, he enthusiastically tackles one bannertite at a time.
Self Proclaimed World Fabric Finisher of The year 2017, Adrian is also into advanced crochet in big way. In his spare time he stunt doubles for Hugh Jackman and is really nice guy! Ask Cosmin.
Installer / Account Handler
The Timber Duchess and Outdoor Strategist. His favourite saying is “Having a pet in the house is good. You can blame all suspicious sounds on it when you are in bed.” Career highlight = cheese toasties.
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When she’s not writing or calling to help our customers get better graphics, you can find her whipping up a delicious gluten-free treat, running barefoot or asking the question “Shall I put the kettle on” for the bajillionth time.