Early Bird Garden Design Associates


The Early Bird works with Cumbrian charities and small businesses, both new and established, to help evaluate, refresh and streamline their marketing potential.

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Having worked for leading Lake District charitable trusts, arts organisations and food producers, the emphasis is on producing bespoke designs and media campaigns of exceptional quality, whilst keeping within often limited budgetary constraints.

“Recently I have discovered all sorts of amazing things about the equestrian world through my work for Black Horses Ltd. My passion for food will be seen soon in the websites I’m developing for Cartmel Cheeses and Hazelmere Bakery.”

In brief…

When approached to do on PR and marketing campaigns I have a simple philosophy. I need to believe in the business and have an understanding of what they are trying to achieve. Having worked with museum and arts charities for many years I bring to the table a vast knowledge and enthusiasm for all things cultural.

Recently I have learned all sorts of amazing things about the equestrian world through my work for Black Horses and Bigland Hall Equestrian. My passion for food has led to building websites for Cartmel Cheeses and Hazelmere Bakery.

Every design job I do is bespoke and never from templates. A good design should not detract from your product or service, but enhance it in a clear, concise and elegant way.

“It’ll cost you another £150” – Does this sound all too familiar?

Are you tired of fighting with designers or simply daunted by approaching them for fear of hidden costs?

Worry no more. I have a no nonsense friendly approach to dealing with your needs and create bespoke designs to suit you, rather than giving you a cloned, soulless, ‘off the shelf’ product. But always with your brand values at the forefront of everything I produce.

Karen Harris

I enjoy digital design, drawing, and creating garden landscapes that wow people. I'm based in the Lake District in the UK. You can email me at: karenharrisgardens@gmail.com

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