Katrina Ravn
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Katrina Ravn

Graphic DesignerBristol, United Kingdom
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Katrina Ravn

Graphic DesignerBristol, United Kingdom
About me
Hello! I'm Katrina/Kat, a Graphic Designer based in Bristol. I have five years’ experience handling the publication of magazines and digital assets for a broad range of clients. As a conceptual thinker I love to generate new ideas and collaborate with the people around me. Committed to approaching all projects with a curious manner and meticulous attention. Specialities and experience: • Working creatively across both print and digital solutions • Proficient in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and XD • Highly organised, able to work with multiple deadlines and tight schedules • Strong knowledge of artworking and the print production process • Outstanding communication, with both internal and external contacts • Researching relevant topics, trends and audiences for best approach • Positive team player, encouraging a supportive and collaborative environment • Sourcing, commissioning and directing photographers and illustrators
Projects
  • Village Life, Center Parcs / Editorial Design
    Village Life, Center Parcs / Editorial DesignI worked with the editor and in-house marketing team to relaunch Village Life, the flagship magazine of Center Parcs. The publication appeared in all lodges across the six villages, and visited by 2.2 million guests per year. The brief was to create an easy-to-read lifestyle magazine, encouraging guests to make the most out of their break, in turn up-selling activities. I commissioned high-quality bespoke photographers and illustrators to be used across the magazine, directing them to best refle
  • Events at Center Parcs / Editorial Design
    Events at Center Parcs / Editorial DesignCenter Parcs Conferences and Events team commissioned James Pembroke Media to create a brand-new magazine that could be sent out to prominent businesses in the UK. The publication's role was to provide industry-related articles and enticing design to inspire workplaces to take their corporate events to the forest. This reflected the brand's core message that spending time in nature boosts productivity and creative thinking. The design therefore had to match this message, with an easy-to-read, im
  • New Psychotherapist / Editorial Design
    New Psychotherapist / Editorial DesignPublished three times a year, the complex issues dealt with by the UK Council for Psychotherapy are brought to life with carefully curated content and conceptual imagery, informing members of the important developments in the psychotherapy profession. The page layout style plays with column sizing, pull quotes and typography to create distinctive, less-regimented copy, reflecting the membership's faceted shape branding. Client: New Psychotherapist, the membership magazine of the UK Council for
Work history
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    Graphic DesignerSteers McGillan Eves Ltd
    Bath, United KingdomFull Time
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    Art EditorJames Pembroke Media
     - Bath, United KingdomFull Time
    Working across a diverse portfolio of clients, including Center Parcs, Society of Garden Designers, Cycling UK, the Institute of Groundsmanship, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering, UK Council for Psychotherapy, the Limbless Association and the Royal Osteoporosis Society.
Skills
  • Layout Design
  • Art Direction
  • Print Design
  • UI Design
  • Graphic Design
Education
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    Bachelor of Arts (BA) University of Chester
    Chester, United Kingdom
    First Class
Awards
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    Garden Publication of the YearSociety of Garden Designers
    Garden Design Journal, the magazine of the Society of Garden Designers, won Garden Publication of the Year at the prestigious Garden Media Guild Awards, held at the Savoy, London on 21 November 2019.