Hi! I'm Sabrina, thanks for stopping by my profile. I started my freelance graphic designing in Turin, Italy, where I worked for a company designing packaging for baby products and also billboard media for the company's advertising campaign across Italy. I moved to London in 2011 and decided to undertake further training to enhance my skills, training at the world renowned Shillington School of Design in London. Since graduating, I have been working with clients to build up a new portfolio. My most recent commissions have been working on an exciting book cover for an author and designing a logo, website banners and packaging labels for an up and coming independent retailer. Please contact me in the first instance to have an informal conversation about your requirements so we can work together to produce designs that are tailored individually to you and your business.
- PedallyWheeler are the people behind a bike sharing system for businesses, residential communities, universities and cities. They are based in San Francisco were they are building up their business and they are also operating customised systems in the USA, Canada, UK and Australia. They wanted to create a bike sharing system in Wollongong Australia, designed for families who usually use the bikes during the weekend. The name would be ‘Pedally’ and the website had to be to be easy to navigate and fun.
- Rebellion & RevolutionWorld’s End is organising a ‘Rebellion & Revolution’ festival in Alaska. During the weekend you will discover an eclectic mix of events such as live music, screening, reading, theatre and much more. They want to create excitement around the event, encourage self expression, and they want the type package to be unique. They don’t want pictures.
- Migh CentreToronto is the largest city in Canada, a metropolis that attracts lots of people every year looking to build a new life. The facts speak for themselves, in Toronto you will find one of the largest immigrant populations who combined speak an incredible 160 different languages. The city council have decided to build a new multipurpose events & conference complex in West Don Lands, previously an abandoned area but now the subject of significant investment, including the creation of a new residentia
- Wtf?The Soul Brother label, who sell Soul and Jazz music, would like to create more interest and engage a “new generation of musician” under 21. They want to launch a campaign that will be online and advertised in the underground and around the city. The campaign has to feature a really eye catching design, something that will appeal to a younger demographic and generate lots of interest. The campaign will start in London during summer 2019.