Emma Gray

Emma Gray

Graphic Design GraduateLondon, United Kingdom
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Emma Gray

Emma Gray

Graphic Design GraduateLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am an ambitious multidisciplinary graphic designer, based in London. I have a particular interest in typography and image making, creating bold, impactful designs. I’m focused on creating thought provoking work which captures an audience’s attention. I have always had a love of the design process and enjoy manipulating both type and image so they become more accessible to an audience. Through my degree and internships, I have gained valuable experience in working in different disciplines including editorial, motion graphics, campaign work and branding. I am confident in digital work and have skills using Adobe Creative Cloud; specifically, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects, Adobe XD and Illustrator. Other skills I have developed include screen printing and letterpress. I also have a love of photography, film and video editing, in particular capturing environments, cultures and daily life, which I like to use in my creative work and projects. In summer 2019 I was awarded membership to the International Society of Typographic Designers for my publication ‘The Strongest Link’. Following my graduation in Autumn 2019, I spent three months travelling across Australia. It was a great trip which allowed me to grow personally whilst experiencing a new culture. emmagraydesign.com
    ISTD LOSTMy final outcome for the ‘Lost’ ISTD brief included a publication, a series of posters and postcards about RAF Biggin Hill. I worked with the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum on this project which opened Febuary 2019. I wanted to create a piece for the audience of the museum. RAF Biggin Hill linked to theme of lost in so many ways in loss of life, buildings, planes. The idea that if we do not continue to remember and honour the people that put their lives on the line for our country, their memories a
  • The Lane
    The LaneFor a project I decided to create a book on Brick Lane. The book The lane is a celebration of Brick Lane, the amazing community and the diverse range of things that there are on one single street in the east end of London. It covers every aspect of Brick Lane, history, communities, the people, markets, street art. The imagery in the pulication is my own photography and the quotes are from people I talked to when visiting the lane asking of their stories, experiences and memories of Brick Lane.
  • Out On The Table
    Out On The Table‘2018’s live brief uses as its start point material from the Feminist Archive South based in Bristol, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary.Responding to a selection of archive material, you are asked to make a Herstory visible by making a site-specific piece of design in Bristol.’ For our site specic outcome, we met with feminst Helen Taylor and had our own discussion about women studies, like the nine women of Half the Sky would have had. We recorded this interview with Helen and c
  • RSA Alone Together - Afterglow
    RSA Alone Together - Afterglow‘Accounting for how different groups in society are affected by loneliness, design a way to reduce its impact on one or more of the following: physical health, mental health, or access to services’. Problem: Student loneliness is a major issue in UK higher education. Our research identifies half of university students in the UK describe themselves being lonely during term, the impact of this is that 50% of students are leaving university due to mental health issues of which loneliness is a majo
  • Judgements
    JudgementsMy extended study project is on judgements in our society and whether the society we live in today has become to judgemental. My work is to make people more aware of the judgements they make and the impacts these have on others lives. I feel as a society we are becoming more judgemental and this is having a negative impact on peoples wellbeing, mental health and the way we interact with others. I created a zine on the news story of Boris Johnson in which he called women who wear the burqa ‘let
  • Twitter Polarisation Projection
    Twitter Polarisation Projection
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Work history
    Graphic InternshipEulogy
     - Sutton Yard, London EC1V, UKInternship
    • Practical Experience: I gained valuable experience working with the design team in the PR company. Developing my skills with software including using adobe software such as after effects, editing imagery and creating animations. I also had to stick to strict deadlines. • Creative input: I helped develop their weekly podcast animation video while I was there which is used every week to promote their successful weekly podcast to their clients. I also gave input to other campaigns and work for clients including Pride in London, American Express, Halo Top, Jack Daniels and in house work Eulogy themselves.
    AdministratorBromley Council
     - Civic Centre, Stockwell Cl, Bromley BR1 3UH, UKFull Time
    • Practical Experience: Dealing with clients and employees, taking queries, and ensuring needs are met. Organizing, arranging and coordinating meetings. Taking phone calls and photocopying. Working with the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum team in the development of the museum.
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  • Photography
  • Editoral Design
  • Abobe Illustrator
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Film
    Graphic DesignUWE
    16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA, UK
    I am an ambitious and creative student currently undertaking a Graphic Design degree at the University of the West of England.
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Arts University Bournemouth logo
    Arts FoundationArts University Bournemouth
     - Wallisdown, Poole, United Kingdom
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    International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) logo
    International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) logo
    MembershipInternational Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD)
    Awarded a pass for my project the strongest link