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Communication Designer based in London. In this past few years I was able to explore and work closely with the concept of the book and some of its many ramifications towards a broader set of concerns around human experience and the reader’s environment. Ranging from organising debates, exhibitions and the creation of complete identities on the future of the book and its impact in our lives, to the questioning of on-going development and proliferation of systems of control within society which prevent readers to freely access knowledge. Ultimately, I was able to explore all the above stated through the making of books, visual experimentation and the creation of empowering tools of comprehension, forging connections between the details of visual form and a range of emerging intellectual and cultural enquiries. My ultimate wish is to look at the world through the eyes of a true designer, questioning, overcoming reservations, criticizing, seeking for better solutions and nally, communicating them expressing my respect towards the world and humanity itself in everything I do.Locked Pro Plan feature
Books and the Human Design for AHRC and CSM In collaboration with AHRC, Arts and Humanities Research Council and Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, curation and design of the event Books and the Human, part of the AHRC’s 10th Anniversary Debate series, entitled ‘The Way We Live Now’.
Pictogram and Graphic Design for CCCCB RMIDS is a pioneer studio specialised in Information Design, based in Lisbon, Portugal. Their work ranges from way nding solutions, signage, infographics, orientation, pictograms, diagrams and to maps. RMIDS works in a multi–stage problem solving process focusing on 'User Centered Design' methodologies.
MA Communication Design at Central Saint Martins provides a laboratory where creative experimentation and practice meets real-world experience and demands. By facilitating a critical and widely experimental approach to visual form and media production, students are encouraged to become versatile designers, astute commentators and agents of change.