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I am an outgoing and enthusiastic, bilingual designer with a passion for typography, which probably stems from growing up in Switzerland. I have a 2:1 in Graphic Communications with Typography from Plymouth University (specialising in branding in my final year), am a YCN Student Award winner and worked for two years at Spencer du Bois for a wide range of clients within third sector. For the last year I have been working fulltime as a freelancer both in agencies, such as Graphical, as well as direct with clients, including Swiss Netball, the national association for netball in Switzerland and WiseBirds, a London based Fashion Consultants. During my time at Spencer du Bois, I worked as part of a small design team creating brands and campaigns from concepts right through to implementation and guidelines. As well as creating the visual graphics, I was also frequently asked to developed tones of voice for brands and slogans for campaigns. These skills really fed into my freelance work, as I was able to work closely with clients to create and implement brands across different channels.I am very ideas-driven, constantly trying to find as many different solutions to a brief as I can, to ensure that I find the right one to answer the client’s specific needs. I am now available for freelance work and am eager to take on a new challenge in branding and campaign design, where I can work on a variety of projects and thrive in a creative environment.Locked Pro Plan feature
I have been working with Wise Birds Network, a Fashion Consultancy, to help develop their brand, creating their website as well as various print materials.
I have been working as a freelancer for Graphical, alongside their design team, across a variety of brands. My role included, brand concepts, editorial design, artworking, creating pitch documents as well attending client meetings.
I have been working as a freelancer for The Yard Creative, alongside their graphics team on a variety of retail and restaurant interior and brand projects. My role included brand implementation and artworking.
I joined Spencer duBois straight out of university on a 3 week internship and then became a Junior Designer working as part of their design team developing brand identities from concept through implementation. The variety of projects really allowed me to build my design skills not just in terms of software but also my idea generation skills, improving my knowledge of semiotics within branding. I was also able to develop my writing skills, developing unique tones of voice for brands, and creating language for campaigns. This quickly became one of my core strengths, especially as it tied into my passion for typography. Key brands I worked on: Volunteering Matters (Third Sector Award 2016 nominee), Recovery Focus, Watford Borough Council and NUS: FE unplugged campaign.
I was asked by Swiss Netball, the national netball association in Switzerland, to do a rebrand for them and have since completed several follow-on projects including further developing their brand, designing their national team kit and designing and developing their website (in collaboration with a web coder) at www.swissnetball.ch.
ASK is a Geneva-based charity helping children with special needs. I developed a new brand and worked closely with their marketing and digital team to implement the brand, create guidelines and develop their website at www.allspecialkids.org.
The Turkana Education Fund is a Geneva-based educational charity working in Kenya. An initial small branding project for them grew into a series of awareness campaigns and (most recently) the creation of their website (in collaboration with a web coder) at www.turkanaeducationfund.org.
Final Mark: 2:1 Award Option: Identity and Branding University Societies: Designer, Plymouth University Design Society: September 2013 - May 2014 Created promotional materials for the different society events throughout the year. President: Plymouth University Design Society September 2012 - May 2013 My role included organising the guest lecture series through the year, during which I persuading Derek Lockwood, Worldwide Director of Design, Saatchi & Saatchi, to give a talk whilst he was on a business trip to the UK. I also led a team of 12 fellow students, responsible for running the society (social events, competitions, etc) and made a profit of £300 by the end of my presidency, which allowed the society to host more events the following year.
Final Mark: Merit
Bilingual IB Diploma (English/French) Studied Art, English A1 and Geography at Higher Level & French A2, Biology, and Maths Studies at Standard Level.
An international design award, based around a range of live creative briefs, written each year by a number of different partnering organisations. The award was for my awareness campaign for the Royal Albert Hall, (see www.ycn.org/awards).