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UAL: CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS / BA GRAPHIC DESIGN BOU13396374 I'm Manon Bournel-Bosson, a Graphic Designer, originally from Moulins in France and now based in London. I am a recent graduate from Camberwell College of Arts where I received a 1st BA in Graphic Design. My recent personal projects are articulated around the theme of Journalism and question the mechanism of medias and their purposes. Each of my projects attempt to take part in cultural debates by drawing comparisons with elements which aim to make the viewer reconsider references that he or she is familiar with. I take pride in designing outcomes which best communicate the content combine with a tactile experience.
In 2014 Fred Deakin initiated a project between UAL and Mother London. I was one of the selected student involved in the two week workshop simulating industry working conditions. Working in teams we researched and worked on a problem solving project.. The workshop was particularly exciting as we got critiqued by creatives from Mother which helped us to elevate our propositions and put together a professional final outcome. We split the roles within our group and I designed the identity and posters for our proposition called MANUAL (included in the portfolio).
During my internship at Kiblind magazine I learnt about layout, typography and editorial while assisting a graphic designer. This experience enabled me to acquire technical skills in indesign as well as understanding the general organization of a magazine.
During my experience at Bison Bison Matt and Christian introduced me to the creative process of their company. Once I was familiar with their projects, they let me propose my creative solutions. Although I observed and participated in art direction I also worked from instructions on non creative tasks which helped to develop technical skills.. It was an amazing experience to be part of a small studio because I could follow the whole design process. Matt and Christian encouraged me to improve my illustrations and layout skills.