Kelly Wilcox

Based in Tunbridge Wells, Kelly is centrally located within the popular commuter belt with easy access to both London and the South East. The sincerity of her commitment to her clients and their projects, has provided Kelly with an extensive portfolio of both national and international clients. She thrives on team dynamics, experiencing their engagement and following projects as they take shape – evolving from brief to final product. By ensuring her designated team fully understands and appreciates the client’s industry and brief, she is able to deliver results that exceed expectations.

Kelly graduated in graphic design from Kingston University in 1999. She started her career as Creative Designer at the Adventis Group, allowing her to work on the portfolio of Savilles, one of the world’s leading property agents. This garnered her invaluable experience and in-depth knowledge of the property market and she later moved on to the role as Studio Manager at Lawlor Property Marketing, where she managed larger teams and was responsible for large-scale creative projects. Based on her work at Lawlor Property Marketing, she was offered the role as Senior Graphic Designer at the award-winning communication specialist Ferrier Pearce, which she held until the launch of BakerWilcox in 2006.

Being a country-girl at heart, Kelly loves the outdoors and her boots are always at the ready. She enjoys days out with the family walking little Lulu, visiting historical parks or simply exploring the world – close to home or further afar. Her love of music and festivals is undeniable and she will attend almost any concert with her best friends in tow. Kelly is an avid planner and every weekend will be filled with new adventures – there is never a dull moment.

With a such a love for the outdoors, Kelly is also a firm believer in green thinking and takes her responsibility very seriously; whether installing solar panels, using sustainable products, replacing her car, sourcing healthy food from local producers or preserving home-grown fruit. Change takes time, but she wants to do her part and always considers how her personal and business decisions might impact the environment.