Things are going great at The Escape at the moment. New and existing clients are keeping the phone red-hot with exciting projects, so it's good times to be an Escapee.
So much so that we've decided to add a few more to the team. And here's our newest recruit... Thomas.
Thomas joins us as Senior Digital Creative, moving our way from Brandwidth, a successful Windsor based agency.
Fortunately for us, as well as an extensive background in digital, Thomas is well-versed in brand and everything off-line, so we don't think he'll be twiddling his thumbs much. He's a cracking illustrator too, so talent a-plenty to add to our creative armoury.
So without further a-do, here's ten questions that lift the lid on Thomas L'Heureux...
As ‘our Cilla’ would say… what’s your name and where do you come from?
My name’s Thomas and I live here in Basingstoke, via four years spent living in North London.
What do you do at The Escape?
I’m a Senior Digital Creative.
What do you get up to out of work?
The majority of my free time is spent either playing or watching football, learning the art of tattooing, drinking ale or walking my two greyhounds.
What’s your favourite colour?
Black. The matte kind.
If you were stuck on a desert island, what 3 items would you want with you?
My favourite book (House Of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski) so I could read it for a fifth time, a radio to keep up with how many goals my beloved Reading Football Club are trailing by, and my good mate Bear Grylls.
What type of music are you into and who would you choose to watch live in concert?
Pink Floyd. Without hesitation.
If you won the lottery, what’s the first thing you would do?
I’d invest it. In beer and plane tickets.
If you had to choose one place to go on holiday for the rest of your life, where would you choose?
Probably Canada. It’s where my family originate from and I’m desperate to visit one day.
What’s your favourite food?
If it starts in ‘f’ and ends with ‘ood’ I’ll probably eat it. Unless it has a high onion content.
Tell us something completely random we wouldn’t know about you:
At the age of twenty I won $14,000 in a poker tournament. Unfortunately university (mainly drinking) debts accounted for most of it.