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Hi, I’m Lucy and I’m a 23 year old Graphic Designer based in the city famous for it’s vegetable shaped buildings, the world's largest sweet shop (only stocking M&M's -_-) and a rather fabulous Monarchy. I’m curious about all things design, interactive, fashion, photography, interior design and illustration and have been lucky to dip my toes in all of these areas every now and again over the past few years. Since graduating from BA (Hons) Graphic Design in 2015 I’ve worked as a full-time Graphic Designer in a marketing agency as well as taking on a few personal assignments here and there. Most recently I have got a new job at NAS, an agency who work with the likes of Ray-ban, Unilever and Nike to create awesome and engaging content. At NAS I get to be a part of a wider creative team and be a part of the entire creative process – from R&D, conceptual development, to creative direction and delivery. Fancy a chat? I'd love to hear from you :) [email protected]
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
During my time working at the O2 arena as a suite attendant, I have experienced working in a high paced environment looking after high profile guests. More often than not I've had to think on my feet to solve problems and go out of my way to attend to the clientele’s needs. At busy times I have had to keep calm under pressure and still provide excellent customer service. I also seek out to help my co workers when they've needed an extra pair of hands, and been trusted with teaching new colleagues on how the suites are run and how to treat customers.
Graphic Designer for Ravensbourne Marketing department creating posters for up and coming events and talks by industry proffessionals
Whilst working at F Word magazine I've enhanced my team leadership skills and worked at fashion week doing the media coordination. I came up with a strategy for the media team, and directed the journalists on who to interview. I also liaised with designers to organise interviews after their shows. Away from fashion week I worked with the the editor-in-chief to develop the magazine as a brand and contributed my ideas to projects.
As a Co-op CSA I was involved in multiple duties whilst working there. From serving customers on tills, to stacking shelves. I got stuck in wherever there was an extra pair of hands needed. In my second year of working at the Co-op I also ran the in-store bakery, where I was responsible for getting everything ready on time and the general upkeep of things.
Grade: 2:1 Studying Graphic Design at Ravensbourne has helped me advance in the mordern 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.
Grade: Distinction 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 http://lucymillerdesign.co.uk