Clara Sancho

Graphic Designer at Victoria and Albert Museum

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About me

I am a Graphic Designer focusing on print, exhibition and identity projects. My primary interest is in design and art direction for cultural and commercial institutions. Since graduating in MA Book Design from the University of Reading in 2011 , I live and work in London. I currently work as Senior Graphic Designer at the V&A, where I am responsible for the visual identity, graphic design, and marketing campaigns for exhibitions. Working closely with exhibition designers, curators and editors I have designed several exhibitions including Horst: Photographer of Style (2014), M. F Husain: Master of Indian Painting (2014), William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain (2014), Jameel Prize 3 (2013) and Pearls (2013) . Before moving to England for my MA studies, I worked in Madrid at the design studio run by the awarded Spanish designer Oscar Marine. Over two years, she was involved in a wide range of projects, spanning from editorial to way finding, visual identities and posters design. I did my BA studies in Art and Design in Madrid and Helsinki.

Skills

  • Events
  • Visual Arts
  • Print Design
  • Art Direction
  • Typography
  • Brand Design
  • Brand Identity
  • Design
  • Exhibition Design
  • Environment
  • Concept Design
  • Identity Design
  • Book Design
  • Typography Layout Design
  • Exhibition Concept and Graphic Design

Work history

2010

Graphic Designer

OMB Design Oscar Marine

Jun 2008 - Aug 2010

Education

2011

MA Book Design

University of Reading

Sep 2010 - Aug 2011
  • 1 year full-time Master Degree in Book Design from the Department of Typography and Graphic Communication

2007

Erasmus Exchange

Aalto University Art and Design Helsinki

Aug 2006 - Jun 2007

    2008

    BA Fine Arts

    Universidad Complutense Madrid

    Aug 2003 - May 2008