My strengths as a graphic designer are best understood through appreciation of the diversity of my design practice. Having studied visual arts and psychology prior to graphic design, my work often considers design off-screen and in other dimensions. I pride myself in also considering the psychological impact of my work and using this to critically evaluate its strengths and weaknesses.
- The Mind's Eye ProjectFor my final project of my degree in graphic design, I created ‘The Mind’s Eye’, which is an educational resource. It is aimed at engaging young graphic designers with ideas on how psychology influences the construction and appraisal of graphic design and how understanding theories and effects in psychology can be used as tools to help us succeed. Having studied psychology for four years prior to undertaking this course, my understanding of design has often overlapped with my understanding of vi
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- THE 2021 I LIKE NETWORKING MENTORING SCHEMEI LIKE NETWORKING is a platform that aims to support women and non-binary professionals looking for a career in the creative and cultural industry and those who already work in the field but feel stuck. The mentoring programme is international, which reflects the global creative sector. Mentees will be paired with a mentor for 4 meetings, over a 3-month period. In collaboration with their mentor, mentees will define their goals, finesse their skill set, and refine their CV. Additionally, ment
- I LIKE NETWORKING ( ilikenetworking.uk)I LIKE NETWORKING aims to support women and non-binary professionals looking for a career in the creative and cultural industry and those who already work in the field but feel stuck. The programme is international, which reflects the global creative sector. Mentees will be paired with a mentor for 4 meetings, over a 3-month period. In collaboration with their mentor, mentees will define their goals, finesse their skill set, and refine their CV. Additionally, mentors will expand mentees' ne
- The 2022 Mentoring ProgrammeThe award-winning mentoring scheme for the creative industries is BACK. This year we have TWO programmes you can apply to our traditional 1-1 scheme and a group mentoring scheme. We recommend you apply to both, as they can be taken together! New this year: Participants that fulfill the requirements will be eligible to earn a digital badge which will recognise the experience, skills and competencies gained during the mentorship. Badges recognising accomplishments outside of formal educat2
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Graphic and Web DesignerThe National Gallery of Victoria
- AustraliaFull Time
The National Gallery of Victoria is the most internationally renowned fine art gallery in Australia. I worked two days a week while I finished my studies, as a casual Graphic and Web Designer with the NGV's Web Design team. This role saw me working closely with the marketing team, and I was responsible for producing extensive outputs such as web layouts, information screens and promotional web banners for various publicised exhibitions at the NGV over the course of 2017.
Graphic Design InternYGAP
Working as an intern under the Creative Director at YGAP in Melbourne, I gained valuable experience in responding to briefs. I was constantly encouraged to give my opinion on branding projects - whether it was regarding preliminary stages of conceptualising a new company or refining printing specifications for marketing collateral. We worked with the Project Officers, the Creative Manager and the Campaigns Team to come to collaborative agreements on the best strategies possible.
- Graphic Design
- Art Direction
- Print Design
- Digital Design
- Design Psychology
Silver Capstone AwardRoyal Melbourne Institute of Technology (R.M.I.T)The Silver Capstone Award was chosen by members of the design industry in Melbourne along with my tutors at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. I was chosen based on my conceptual and technical approach to my final project. My project, titled The Mind's Eye, was based on the intersection between graphic design and psychology and was created to be a tool for young designers interested in creating more critical, purposeful design. I created a publication and a series of digitally-rendered graphic art posters, which each reflected my artistic interpretation of a relevant psychological theory.