Chloe Randall-Hinton
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Chloe Randall-Hinton

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Chloe Randall-Hinton

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a multi-disciplinary designer who enjoys working in a variety of formats, including print, Digital, animation and video editing. I love to learn new techniques and understand new ways of working/creating. I take Pride in my work and get huge satisfaction in seeing it out in the world.
Projects
  • Crabtree & Evelyn
    Crabtree & EvelynDesigning for instagram, with lots of video editing for reels, with email design, banner ads and Website Content.
  • The Great Escape Festival 2019
    The Great Escape Festival 2019Festival Artwork, socials, video editing, Instagram gifs, vinyl floor stickers
  • Wilderness 2019 Socials
    Wilderness 2019 SocialsStatic and Video On Site socials for Wilderness Festival 2019
  • Wilderness Festival 2019
    Wilderness Festival 2019Lineup posts for Instagram / GIF adverts
  • First Fifty Festival
    First Fifty Festival
  • Mods and Skins
    Mods and Skins
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Work history
    MAMA Festivals logo
    MAMA Festivals logo
    Junior Graphic DesignerMAMA Festivals
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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    Junior DesignerCrabtree & Evelyn
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    Designing for instagram, with lots of video editing for reels, with email design, banner ads and Website Content.
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Skills
  • Photography
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Print Design
  • Typography
Education
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    (hons) BA Graphic DesignUniversity of Southampton
     - Winchester, United Kingdom
    I studied Graphic Design at Winchester School of Art, I feel this was the greatest learning curve of my life so far, tackling new and different challenges every day. It has broadened my horizons greatly, I was constantly challenged but feel these were valuable lessons, not only in my education but in becoming more independent. Winchester School of Art shaped my practice greatly, focusing on process, research and iterations. This is an approach which I enjoy, allowing you to make mistakes and learn from them.