Hello! I’m Lucy, a creative chameleon based in the city famous for its red double decker buses, vegetable shaped buildings and rather fabulous monarchy. I’m curious about all things design, fashion, film and photography and have been lucky to dip my toes in all of these areas every now and again over the past few years. Since graduating in 2015 I’ve worked as a Graphic Designer in a marketing agency as well as taking on a few passion projects here and there. At the moment I work at a content agency called Not Actual Size. At NAS I've worked on all sorts of projects for the likes of Ray-ban, Unilever and Loro Piana, which have ranged from photography, motion graphics, print and digital design. Fancy a chat? I'd love to hear from you :) email@example.com
NAS is a small but mighty branded content agency based in East London. Clients include Unilever, Ray-ban, Nike and a whole load of others. Being at a small agency has its benefits - I work in a super small creative team getting up close and personal with big brands and projects. Day to day things I get up to include - Conceptualisation - Graphic Design - Film Editing - Photography - Art Direction - Attending shoots/Castings
Graphic Designer for Ravensbourne Marketing department creating posters for up and coming events and talks by industry proffessionals
Studying Graphic Design at Ravensbourne has helped me advance in the modern techniques of Graphics and geared my skills towards the industry. With a strong emphasis on typography and information design I have developed in these areas over the past three years. As well as this I have worked on areas of design such as spatial, wayfinding and interactive design. I have also learned the importance of the research and development stages of a project, and have developed my critical thinking and analysis techniques. My confidence and articulation of ideas has been refined so I can convey concepts clearly and efficiently, and my collaborative skills have advanced by working with peers from other courses, as well as in my class.
A fast paced course where I gained knowledge on many different areas of Art & Design through a series of weekly projects. The aim of the course was to help me specialize in a particular area of Art & Design . I discovered my skills were best suited to Graphic Design, and for the rest of the course worked on a series of projects related to typography, spatial, editorial, image manipulation and for my FMP focused on creating a T shirt Brand.
In August 2015 I was featured on Creative Pools homepage as a featured designer https://creativepool.com/lucymillerdesigner/projects/cocasa
I was nominated for the Concept award at Ravensbournes end of year awards show