About Paul Skellett

'Three Legged Crow' is the studio name of Paul Skellett a professional creative for over 35 years.


As a freelance graphic / audio specialist based in the Derbyshire, UK. Paul has been in the creative industry since the 80's focusing on many forms of media, such as; graphic design, brand creation/development, photo-graphic art and manipulation, audio production and motion graphics/video. His skill sets have been widely used throughout the entertainment sectors, including retail, hospitality, music and publishing.

"Having 'grown up' through the evolution of creative software, using both visual and audio tools, analogue or digital, it all seemed to have a natural crossover, a united language. I never really considered specialising in one or the other ... it was just one big toy box to me, and fortunately, I had access to it all. It's all about frequencies to me, audio, colour, physical or psychological. I just love playing with them all, to create something that defines a moment!"


Paul has funded, designed/packaged seven publications, as well as restore and enhance unseen archives of historical photography focusing on The Beatles, John Lennon, The Rolling Stones, The Jam/Paul Weller, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin ... that were used within the publications. Paul was also co-author of The Beatles publications. Along with his former business partner, Paul also co-wrote, researched and designed the worlds most rock and roll, luxury golf book, nicknamed 'the bible of golf'.


On the audio side, Paul's studio is powered by Pre-Sonus, Apple and Native Instruments, utilising an exceptional library of sounds and virtual instruments. Having started in a friends studio producing bands, including his own, Paul developed his own set up and began to focus on soundtracks and sound design. 


One of Paul's personal projects is the rewriting, imagineering of Alice in Wonderland. Having written the book 'Alice - The other-side of nowhere', Paul has painted a collection of paintings to illustrate the book, but has also composed a soundtrack for each painting. The book is due to be released late 2020.