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As a multi-skilled creative, Jacqui fuses her talents as a Graphic Designer, who illustrates, photographs and films; enabling her to offer clients diversified resources with her unique & striking work all in one place. A graduate from Central Saint Martins, as a freelance creative, she has since worked for clients such as Nike, CoreCollective, LSE, Monkey Shoulder, Askonas Holt, Kovert Designs and more. She is currently a Designer at AKQA. On the side, she is the Co-Founder and Creative Director at Journal Collective, a high-end stock photography website that offers bespoke creative services.
Jacqui's role as a freelancer for Birch predominantly consisted of editing footage and compiling short films; videoing & creating media content for clients; and assisting the Creative Director, T.L.Thomas
Work spans from: - Branding / content strategies for a portfolio of global clients, ranging from print design, film, stills, editorial, and social media - From conceptual thinking, pitching, presenting; bridging the gap between clients and innovative designers + educators - Strategic planning and project management skills within initial stages of concept to creative output. - Working around the industry of Design: Graphics, Branding, Industrial, Furniture, Material, Fashion, Interior, UX, Service Design
www.byjacqui.com Freelance work / projects with clients ranging from Nike, LSE, Monkey Shoulder, Core Collective, Designtalent, Matchaeologist, Kovert Designs, Clyde & Co, and many more.
Journal Collective started off as a high aesthetic stock photography website; since then, things are developing. I N S I G H T I founded the company with another professional creative in 2015. We've had first-hand experience of how irritating it is to be charged a fortune for terrible stock imagery. Our competitors demand expensive rates, awful restrictions of usage, and not to mention their confusing copyright rules. Our business model had this in mind. With a growing creative team, our stock-photography is completely at your disposal, whether it’s for your blog, business website, company leaflet or social media accounts - we’re the platform you can use to communicate to the world in the best visual way possible. Our copyright rules are simple. Have a browse, if you like our style, you can also hire us for bespoke creative content services. www.journalcollective.com
Leading design for a boutique PR firm, St Brides Partners, Jacqui works closely with the team and SBP clients from design concept to production. With SBP's significant experience in visioning brand guidelines and framework for creative visual identities, Jacqui leads the development of tailored print and digital experiences to create compelling stories for each client's targeted audiences. She heads up the production of collateral ranging from marketing materials (range of multimedia content): infographics, website designs and management; presentations; photography and videos. Within St Brides Partners in-house projects, she is currently rebranding and designing SBP's marketing brochure; taken new head-shots for the team and producing an 'About Us' video. SBP clients fall across various market sectors including technology and media, mining, oil & gas, services, with market caps ranging from £3 million to over £600 million.
The Most Jam provides specialist plug-in resource to marketing, research and creative-service agencies as well as working directly with our own clients. Jacqui works as a freelance designer directly together with the Head of Creative, Mykal Shaw. On the creative side, The Most Jam offers brand identity, experiential marketing, shopper marketing, graphic design and on- and off-line strategy and creative communication solutions. The latest clients she has worked with includes Monkey Shoulder and investOrbit.
(Wauwaa has been sold since April 2015) Working closely together with the Head of Production, Jacqui is leading Graphic Design within the Production team. Wauwaa went through an extensive transitional rebranding period, where her creative knowledge along with her prolific and familiar skills with Creative Suite (notably Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, PremierPro) gave her significant responsibilities in helping redefine and recreate what/who Wauwaa is aesthetically. Her role as a Graphic Designer cover diversified mediums: • Designing a complete new layout from scratch to execution, composition and illustrating infographics for the CEO’s Presentation Deck (over 50 slides) / Teaser Doc / Annual Report (presented across all investment meetings) • Launching video tutorials with Wauwaa Life - Jacqui creates storyboards and leads with filming + post production • Designing new layouts and setting typography templates: Website/Hero Carousels, business cards, launched + designed Buyer’s Picks, creating weekly Social Media Posts/Covers, large-scale posters for trade shows • Illustrating Infographics for company presentations/ Wauwaa Life Editorials • Creating new brand guidelines in all areas of Graphics at Wauwaa • Editing graphic and lifestyle images • Together with the production team, they have launched @wauwaa_studios on Instagram specifically for creative content + will be launching The W Club this coming month; and • Jacqui has visually put together and designed The New Wauwaa brand guidelines booklet with the Head of Production
High 2:1 (87%) in Graphic Design