I am made in Spain and based in the UK. Working as a textile and product designer since 2010, I specialized in print and embroidery design. In 2013 I founded and ran the international brand, ‘The Lazy Jellyfish’ up until 2018. While designing for fashion and interiors, I am also developed skills in digital painting and worked as a trends researcher and analyst. Since 2018 painting has been my main creative practice, applying these works into different fields, particularly through textiles, like rugs or throws. I have also worked creatively with ceramics. My expanded interest in different mediums of art has led me to develop a strong collection of visual, sound, and set design projects.Locked Pro Plan feature
In my job in Gently, where it sells childrenswear and footwear, toys, homeware, and accessories across the three shops, I help with ordering, assisting to trade shows, marketing and visual merchandising. I also keep the shops running smoothly, hiring and training the right people and ensuring that the retail site meets all quality standards and regulations, with a positive attitude and enthusiasm. One of my favorite tasks is finding new trends and suppliers and develop a relationship with them, being part of their growth and seeing the product accepted and appreciated on our shelves. From the first month in this job, I completely changed the website, built and managed with Shopify and improved stock levels, bringing to the company more sales and better customer experiences in our shop online.
Seamstress technician. Making and modifying clothing. Construction and high standard finished of garments. Embroidery technician. Read invoices to determine color, size, and placement of embroidery, observe sewing to detect defects in stitching, use hoops to hold fabric taut. Folding and trimming garments as needed. Printing studio assistant. Preparing and mixing inks. Ensuring that screens, inks, and objects to be printed are aligned correctly. Operating the screenprinting and drying machines.
During my work at The Lazy Jellyfish as a CEO and Creative Director, a kid’s clothing and soft toys brand, I understood the fabric manufacturing process, also working with organic materials, fabric dying, color theory, and the latest industry trends on both a practical and philosophical level, making to the overall idea of the collection. I was also creating rapports and positional prints, some of them for screen printing, some of them for digital printing. I also built and daily managed the website and online shop, with Wordpress and Tictail. I also had my products on platforms like Etsy or Artsy, and created newsletter campaigns on Mailchimp and created surveys in SurveyMonkey, in regards to get inputs from customers.
- Integrates requirements including script, research, budget, and available locations to develop the design. - Presents drawings for approval and makes changes and corrections as directed. - Selects furniture, draperies, pictures, lamps, and rugs for decorative quality and appearance. - Confers with heads of production and direction to establish budget, schedules, and discuss design ideas. - Directs and coordinates set construction, erection, or decoration activities to ensure conformance to design budget and schedule requirements. - Assigns staff to complete design ideas and prepare sketches, illustrations, and detailed drawings of sets, or graphics, and animation. - Examines dressed set to ensure props and scenery do not interfere with movements of the cast or view of the camera. - Reads script to determine location, set, or decoration requirements.
Creating outfits and fashion imagery based on a concept. Fully trained to style, produce, and art direct for print and online fashion magazines, ad campaigns, commercials, e-commerce, look books, fashion shows, fashion videos, and personal clients.
The Advanced Vocational Training Module in Textile Art has an interdisciplinary curriculum. Extensive training is provided that draws on different creative techniques and methodologies targeted at developing the professional tools needed within the industrial and art sectors. This curriculum covers and puts students into contact with the fields of design, art and clothing in both 2D and 3D by using technical resources and visual languages appropriate to professional and/or artistic demands. The content learning provided on this course involves aspects such as the use of technical and traditional sector procedures, and a knowledge of contemporary art expressions. The systems of creation and different artistic techniques considered include: textile materials and knitted fabrics; low-wrap woven fabrics; pattern design; patterns, fabric dying and silkscreen printing; upholstery and carpet-weaving; embroidery and knitting; volume applied to the body and space. All the other modules, such as color, drawing, computer skills, morphology, history and occupational training and guidance, focus specifically on the textile sector and its possibilities to provide for projects that find a balance between art and design.