One of the world's most influential modern graphic designers, Neville Brody, created my logo in his Old Street, London studios in the mid-1980s.
Neville made his name with The Face magazine in the early 1980s and is now Head of the Communication Art & Design department at the Royal College of Art.
It's fair to say Neville has rock star status among the graphic design community and my logo design was one of the very first - if not the first - that he created using digital technology.
I am pleased that I had the foresight to visit him near the completion of our project to shoot him creating my logo, see picture above where Neville is working on one of the very early Apple computers.
The logo went on to be featured in a book on Neville's work written by Jon Wozencroft. It is fascinating not least because it represents pixels forming an image long before professional photographers actually began to rely on digital technology.
More recent clients include the BBC, The Times and Dom Perignon champagne. For those of you interested in graphic design, do go online to discover more about Neville and his background and recent work.