Whilst waiting for approval for some of the designs I created some options for social media posts, seeing how far the visual language could be adapted.
Putting a project into practice from idea generation through to final artworking was a huge learning curve and my design skills were put to the test. Here's what some of the people I worked with had to say about how I got on...
"Upon viewing Gina’s submission for the YCN Royal Opera House brief I was immediately struck by the commercial viability of her submission. Alongside its deceptively simple aesthetic sits a highly versatile mechanic with real visual cut-through. A clever pairing of refined photography with an anarchic painterly device speaks both of Opera and Ballet traditions whilst engaging a young and contemporary audience.
Working with Gina on the articulation and roll-out of her campaign, across a variety of print and digital platforms, I was impressed by her professionalism and commitment throughout. Gina demonstrated a highly evolved practice, utilising an accomplished array of technical skills to achieve a faultless outcome on deadline. Our client is delighted, which is to Gina’s absolute credit.
I’d have no hesitation in recommending Gina as a valuable addition to any studio, and look forward to seeing her achieve deserved success throughout here career."
Matthew Dixon - Creative Director / Consultant
"Gina responded to our brief creatively with a concept that really suited our needs whilst pushing boundaries. She worked incredibly quickly producing a very high standard of work and showing adaptability and attention to detail. We were confident throughout the process that any changes in direction would be met only with energy and positivity. Gina provided us with a range of assets for the campaign and we have only had positive feedback."
Helena Gavrielides - Marketing Administrator