Emily Tomlinson

Brand Creative Designer - Interior Commercial Retail

  • LevelJunior
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
  • AvailabilityLocked Pro Plan feature
  • ProfessionsInterior Designer - 3D Designer - Graphic Designer
  • Ella Phoebe Smith
  • Arabelle Zhuang
  • Jorge Padilla
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About me

Through studying Interior Design I have developed a strong passion towards commercial branding within retail environments. Having lived in cities and rural sea villages I love the thrill of immersing myself in new design cultures and love to travel exploring new challenges. With the retail environment changing to become more shareable, playable and enhanced it is an exciting time to see how design and the latest AI and AR technology will create innovative ways of keeping our shops on our high streets.

Skills

  • CAD
  • Photoshop
  • Illistrator/indesign
  • Printmaker
  • Furniture Design
  • 3D Designer
  • Graphic Design
  • Visual Communication
  • Commercial Interior Design
  • Creative Branding

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  • London Design Festival

    London Design Festival

    • Design & Creative
  • Falmouth University

    Falmouth University

    • Design & Creative
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    The Foundling Museum

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      Tate Modern

      Work history

      Currently

      Permanent Exhibitor

      The Foundling Museum

      Oct 2016
      • 40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1AZ, UK
      • Freelance
      • Foundling Museum: Dollhouse - Chelsea College of Art A competition of 90 entrants to create a dollhouse based on the history of the Foundling Museum. I solely won so am a permanent exhibition holder at the museum.

      2018

      Creative Designer/Concept Development

      London Design Festival

      Jan 2018 - Sep 2018
      • London, United Kingdom
      • Freelance
      • London Design Festival: UNKNOWN - September 2018 Live project ‘The Future of Retail’ in collaboration with Campaign Design and Corian® in which our team won and I was Lead Creative Designer. Understanding how shareable, playable and enhanced retail is key for commercial success, as well as the user and marketing strategy. Understanding the process from first design concept drawings, to costings and pitching presentations to a client. The event took in total 9 months to go from pitch to reality, and the project was presented at the London Design Festival. The project was challenging and stressful at times but taught me to bode well under pressure. I developed strong presentation skills to a client and also to still motivate the team when the going got tough.

      2017

      Exhibitor

      Tate Modern

      Oct 2017 - Nov 2017
      • Bankside, London SE1 9TG, UK
      • Freelance
      • Tate Modern: Tea Exchange - Chelsea College of Art Live interactive project with the public understanding the historical, cultural, social and political significance of tea, whilst building Japanese Teahouses. Unique experience gaining feedback from the general public and creating a conversation of ideas with one another.

      Education

      2019

      BA Interior Design

      Falmouth University

      Sep 2017 - Jul 2019
      • Falmouth, United Kingdom
      • First Class (1st) Honours My primary interest lies within interior branding. I enjoying analysing a brand - its ethics, its ethos and its user and how it markets to its audience. In doing this I have also developed a strong interested towards graphic design and so I really enjoy being a creative designer. A few projects included: International Symbols and signage as a form of Visual Communication for an Off-White clothing store, Gender Neutral Retail and a 7000 word dissertation on how emoji design has influenced the fabric of society.

      2017

      Sep 2016 - Jun 2017
      • 16 John Islip St, Westminster, London SW1P 4JU, UK
      • This course covers Architecture, Spatial and Interior Design, and had many live briefs. Foundling Museum: Dollhouse - Chelsea College of Art - 2016 A competition of 90 entrants to create a dollhouse based on the history of the Foundling Museum. I solely won so am a permanent exhibition holder at the museum. Tate Modern: Tea Exchange - Chelsea College of Art - 2017 Live interactive project with the public understanding the historical, cultural, social and political significance of tea, whilst building Japanese Teahouses. Unique experience gaining feedback from the general public and creating a conversation of ideas with one another.

      2016

      UAL Art Foundation

      Falmouth University

      Sep 2015 - Jul 2016
      • Falmouth, United Kingdom
      • Distinction Exploring all the different types of art whilst deciding what I would like to study for degree. Printmaking, screenprinting, painting, graphics, fine art, laser cutting, woodwork, metal work ... (The list could go on!) Understanding the different concepts and processes of creating these elements of art.