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I am a creative and enthusiastic person, who is hard working and enjoys working as part of a team yet has the initiative to work independently. As a designer I have a good eye for colour, typography and detail. Since graduating I have completed internships at some of the leading branding and packaging agencies in London. This led me to secure my role as a designer at the organic children's clothing company Frugi. My position at Frugi has enabled me to develop as a designer moving from a marketing based graphic designer to a member of the product design team. When I'm not designing for Frugi you can find me at the beach, in the sea, making jewellery, taking photographs, blogging, drinking tea, surfing, practising yoga... I like to do things!
Frugi has given me the opportunity to see my designs go from pencil to garment, bringing my sketches to life. I initially joined the marketing team as a trade graphic designer which involved project management and design of global trade show stands and look books. I also designed other marketing materials such as e-newsletters, flyers, point of sale and catalogues. In July 2012 I was promoted to the garment design team as a designer specialising in prints and characters for the clothing as well as the packaging, labelling, updating tech packs, commenting on strike offs and liaising with the factories.
Freelance editorial designer and stylist. I worked on editorial layouts for brands including Samsung and Volkswagen.
Creative internship working on a set of illustrations for the fruit snack Bear nibbles. We designed and illustrated over 40 characters for a limited edition collection of "Forest Games" cards.
My second creative internship at Pearlfisher, specialising in branding and packaging. Working with brands including Cadburys, Cawston Press and Jamie Oliver.
Willow and Stone is a beautiful shop located in Falmouth with a very busy eCommerce site. I was initially employed to fill a role as a "packer"... packaging all the web orders but soon went on to learn all about ironmongery and the lovely products that Willow and Stone stocks. I spent two years at Willow and Stone and thoroughly enjoyed it, working with a great team to keep the shop looking beautiful and staying on top of all the web orders!
Internship specialising in branding and packaging working on projects for GU puds (yum), Clipper Tea and Dorset Cereals.
Creative internship at Pearlfisher, specialising in branding and packaging. Working with brands including Cadburys Fingers and Yeo Valley.
I started working at Truro Arts aged 15, straight from my school "work experience" programme. I was in my element... making things and experimenting with lots of different materials. I have a vast knowledge of paints, mediums, chalk pastels, craft paper, glues, tape... you get the picture. During the years at Truro Arts I became confident talking to people about products and was involved with setting up their first website. The best bit was working with a group of great people, and the fact that I will probably never need to buy any more art stuff in my lifetime!
At Big Wednesday I was part of the tiny eCommerce team... there were 5 of us... shifting up to 200 orders a day. I was employed to edit photographs, assist on photo shoots, input and edit stock information, write product descriptions, take sales via email and over the phone, pack orders, deal with returns and arrange how to get the 9 foot surfboard to the Channel Islands when it exceeded the couriers maximum length! It was lots of fun... and it was great to be involved in so many areas of a company.
Featured in Computer Arts magazine's graduate showcase http://www.lisaclairestewart.co.uk/images/news_images/lisa_stewart_CA02.jpg