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I am currently working as a graphic designer having graduated from university where I studied Architecture. I have excellent knowledge of different design software packages, notably Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator which I currently use on a daily basis. I am eager to learn, highly motivated and am able to engage with projects on my own or as part of a design team. Studying Architecture has allowed me to pursue my interests in both two and three-dimensional design and has also instilled me with an ability to understand, visualise and discuss complicated ideas and to take a concept through to a strong creative solution. I have interests in a broad range of design disciplines including typography, illustration, graphics and photography and also enjoy road cycling, music production and travelling.
Available to work on a host of different projects including branding, advertisement design, print and marketing material, wayfinding and signage as well as exhibition design and 3D work. My skill set and previous experience means that I am able to work at a multitude of scales, ranging from business cards to large format bespoke artworks.
My role at KEYMT saw me assisting with CAD design work for fixtures and 3D proposals, art-working and designing from client briefs using brand guidelines as well as creating signage and wayfinding material for Gatwick Airport.
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As part of our BA1 Construction and Materials course there was a group submission element where we needed to take one of our earlier sitooterie projects; develop it and produce a set of working drawings that could be used to build it. A clear majority within the team saw my own sitooterie design chosen to use, largely for its environmental and material considerations, clear layout and concept as well as it's design merit, which I am still very proud of.