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Jean Vatchara is a communication designer recently graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Information Experience Design. She has training and professional experiences in architecture, art direction and communication design. She has worked and exhibited in London, Barcelona and Bangkok. Her design philosophy and practice revolves around addressing the human condition and other philosophical questions simply, using humour and levity. So far, her work has been interactive and visual. During her time at the RCA, many of her projects, both group and individual has been selected for public exhibitions. Sonicbells, a product done in collaboration with SONOS has been exhibited in the Uglyduck in London and at Sónar+D in Barcelona. Another piece, the Common Cipher was presented at the Royal Academy of Arts as part of RALate Digital (Dis)connections in October 2015. Another project Robot Referendum has also been selected by the Science Museum to take part in the You, Robots exhibition in early 2017. Since graduation she has exhibited her Reflection Series in a duo exhibition with SENSEI Fine Arts in London.Locked Pro Plan feature
I'm currently looking for internships and freelance work in the London area. I have worked as an art director and designer in Bangkok, Thailand for two years.
– Brand Design and development, Mark and Logo type development and it's applications. – Installation Design, in collaboration with the 3-dimentional/ exhibition designer, to create exhibition and installations. – Point of Contact for clients, Attending meetings, occasionally presenting and getting feedback directly from clients. – Production co-ordination, collaborating with printers and other suppliers to get the work created in the best quality as possible.
Information Experience Design
Architecture Part I