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Claudia Baldacchino

Communications Assistant


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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationEdinburgh, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsGraphic Designer - Illustrator - Marketer

About me

Claudia is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Edinburgh. She has worked in Communications for the University of Edinburgh since 2015, creating original illustrations, animations, graphic design, editorial layouts, infographics, leaflets, guides, posters, flyers and promotional materials for the Edinburgh Global department within the University. As well as this she has worked with musicians, academics and various other clients on a freelance basis for many years. She is now undertaking further studies in a Graphic Design MFA at Edinburgh College of Art, alongside her work in Communications and her freelance projects.

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  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Animation
  • Copyediting
  • Proofing
  • Digital art
  • Visual Art
  • Web Management

Work history


Communications Assistant

The University of Edinburgh

May 2015
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • Full Time


Freelance Graphic Designer


Jan 2010
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  • Freelance



Sep 2017
  • Edinburgh, United Kingdom



Contribution Award

The University of Edinburgh

  • In July 2017 I was given this award recognising my "exceptional performance/contribution over and above the normal expectations for [my] role," particularly my illustration and animation work on Edinburgh Global's website: My work was lauded as having contributed greatly to the final look and feel of the site, completing and enhancing the image strategy.


Winner of 'Picture This'​ poster competition

Scottish Environment Link

  • I won Scottish Environment Link's 'Picture This' poster competition. The winner was announced at a reception at the Scottish Parliament.