- Dyslexia - Creatively AbledRealised by the MA Illustration and Visual Media students; We developed the storyboard, characters, backgrounds, infographics, typography, animation and sounds. Aimed at an audience of staff with dyslexia, the characters and backgrounds in the film are kept simple, so that they are recognisable and easily relatable. Moreover, the font for all information is a font called ‘Dyslexie’ which is a special typeface, and is easier to read for the people with dyslexia. The colour scheme is accordingly
- Ladybird Books ReimaginedAn installation made for the Ladybird Books Reimagined exhibition, which is part of 2015's London Design Festival. Animations made with the parallax technique, starting from Ladybird's original illustrations from the 60s and 70s. Awarded Most outstanding response in regards to the brief and creativity. Credits: Lorenzo Davitti and Sara Ortolani Ladybird Images © Ladybird Books Ltd, 2015
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Projects credited in
- Dyslexia - Creatively AbledA brief allotted to MA Illustration and Visual Media students. We, a group of 12 students, managed to develop the entire storyboard, create the characters, backgrounds, infographics, typography, animation and sounds. I came up with the title for the film – ‘Creatively Abled’. It is based on the thought that the Disabled especially with Dyslexia do not lack skills but are rather blessed with creativity and are hence – Creatively Abled! The characters and backgrounds in the film are kept simple, s
Development of manuals and technical books: Editing, page design, proofreading; Design of training sessions on technical manuals published by the editor; Career counseling and training with university students; Creation of psychological tests: Drawing graphical elements, writing text, research; HR tasks: Hiring and selection interviewing; Customer assistance.
Co-tutor in certificate summer courses held by the University.
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- Visual Arts
- Mixed Media
- Pen Ink
- After Effects
BA in Clinical and Community Psychology
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Most outstanding response in regards to the brief and creativityReinterpreting Vintage Ladybird Exhibition at the London Design Festival, 2015
Matite per la pace (Crayons for peace) Comics Contest