Chloe Randall-Hinton

Graphic Designer


About me

I am a multi-disciplinary designer who enjoys working with print and also video formats. Many of my projects are based around topics that I am passionate about, one of those being women’s rights. I really focus on the research aspect of my work, allowing me to expand projects and learn from the process. I studied at Winchester School of Art, and am originally from south London. I graduated in July 2017 with a Ba Hons in Graphic Arts. Outside of design I have many passions one of which is Figure Skating, I have trained for at least 10 years in the sport, alongside this hobby I am also a Record Collector, I’m extremely passionate about music and love to take advantage of the amazing live music venues in London. I look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Photography
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Print Design
  • Typography

Companies I’ve worked with

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  • Mr. President

    Mr. President

    • Design & Creative

Work history


Design Intern


Aug 2018 - Sep 2018
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Internship


Design Intern

Mr. President

Sep 2017 - Oct 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Internship
  • Within this month long internship I worked alongside the design team on internal and external projects, I loved working as part of their team and learnt a lot about creating work for clients with short deadlines. Although some of the work was challenging, I was not afraid to ask questions and felt the whole experience was very rewarding, mostly because I was able to learn new skills that applied to real-life industry briefs.



(hons) BA Graphic Design

University of Southampton

Aug 2014 - Jun 2017
  • 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.