Sabrina Scott

Graphic Designer, Photographer, Art Director

Level
Mid Level
Location
London, United Kingdom
Availability
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Projects

About me

Sabrina Scott has been a freelance Graphic Designer, Photographer and Art Director since May 2019. Prior to this, Sabrina held the titles of Art Director at womenswear label Sister Jane and Creative Producer at one of Toronto's top creative boutique agencies Kastor & Pollux, a studio named a design industry disruptor by Applied Arts Magazine and Marketing Magazine. She’s established herself in creative industries in Cape Town, Toronto and London, working across branding, publication design, fashion photography and editorial art direction. Clients include Refinery29, Thakoon Panichgul, Charlotte Tilbury, Urban Outfitters, Biannual, Society6, Christianah Jones and For Art’s Sake. Sabrina lives and works in London.

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Skills

  • Fashion
  • Branding
  • Art Direction
  • Typography
  • Design
  • Editorial
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Photography

Companies I’ve worked with

  • Bompas & Parr

    Bompas & Parr

    • Design
  • F

    Freelance

    • S

      Sister Jane

      • A

        A Fashion Friend

        Work history

        Currently

        Graphic Designer, Photographer, Art Director

        Freelance

        May 2019
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Freelance
        • • Art Director at Wednesday Agency, January 2020 • Commissioned to art direct and design the annual print journal for luxury sunglasses brand For Art's Sake, September 2019 • Commissioned to photograph new styles for Christianah Jones, August 2019 • Commissioned to photograph campaigns for Ghospell, June and August 2019 • Creative Assistant at Charlotte Tilbury, July 2019 - Set design for the 2019 Christmas still life campaign - Direction and assistance on in-house interiors - Creation of assets in-line with brand aesthetic for online

        2019

        Art Director

        Sister Jane

        Jul 2018 - May 2019
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Sister Jane is a vintage-inspired womenswear label that combines whimsical eccentricity with a distinctive style signature. As a small team that produces a capsule collection every 6 weeks, it is my responsibility to direct and produce all marketing communications. This involves developing a story for the entire promotional season of the collection, from wholesale and press launch, through to social media and online sales. Together with the design team, I direct and produce all lookbooks. And singlehandedly direct and produce all campaigns, write product copy and press releases, and design all digital assets and materials for use across social media, print, and web.

        2018

        Graphic Designer

        Bompas & Parr

        Jun 2018 - Jul 2018
        • London, United Kingdom
        • Full Time
        • Bompas & Parr is globally recognised as the leading expert in multi-sensory experience design. The studio works with commercial brands, artistic institutions, private clients and governments to deliver emotionally compelling experiences to a wide variety of audiences. I worked for the studio as a Graphic Designer for a month developing identities and events for major international brands.

        2018

        Photographer

        Freelance

        Jun 2017 - Jun 2018
        • Toronto, Canada
        • Freelance
        • • Commissioned to photograph stills for a Refinery29 x Revlon video production, March 2018 • Commissioned to photograph Taylor and Dani Reynolds for the Spring Society6 print catalogue, January 2018 • Commissioned to create a fashion film for the Ryerson x Toronto Women's Fashion Week fashion show, September 2017 • Commissioned to photograph events for Urban Outfitters Toronto for the UO blog, July 2017 • Commissioned to photograph Taylor Reynolds for the Society6 Blog, June 2017 • Assisted for Gemma Warren and Mark Sommerfeld for publications such as Monocle Magazine

        2018

        Creative Producer

        Kastor & Pollux

        Apr 2017 - Apr 2018
        • Toronto, Canada
        • Full Time
        • Kastor & Pollux is a creative studio engaging consumers through thoughtful and forward-thinking design. The studio works with clients such as Topshop and Girlboss, and has been named a design industry disruptor by Applied Arts Magazine and Marketing Magazine. As a team of only four, my role requires a large amount of responsibility and encompasses production, graphic design, writing, photography and video editing. Highlights to date have been designing iconography for the launch of the Fujifilm Instax SQ10, solely creating the identity for K&P’s first Nuit Blanche installation, photographing Jenn Im for the launch of her brand Eggie, designing products for K&P’s very own shop, creating visuals for and editing Youtube celebrity LaurDIY’s DIY videos, and casting and photographing the next generation of Toronto creatives for outerwear label Biannual.

        2017

        Junior Designer

        Superbalist

        Apr 2015 - Mar 2017
        • Cape Town, South Africa
        • Full Time
        • Superbalist.com is SA’s biggest and best fashion e-tailer. My role included conceptualising and developing new campaigns and strategies, visual merchandising of Superbalist emails and sales, art directing and photographing editorials for the Superbalist blog, developing and executing creative content for look books, adverts and social networks, packaging design and design of in-house Superbalist products such as rugs and wall art. While at Superbalist I was asked to take over the role and responsibilities of Social Media Manager for a 6 month period, managing the brand’s Instagram and Facebook page, which has over 700k followers collectively. During this period I developed strategies for maximum engagement and growth that used the platform’s latest features, planned content according to feedback from analytics and the cultural calendar, live reported at South African Fashion Week, and engaged with customers and reported findings in detailed presentations to the sales team and co-founder and managing director.

        2014

        Nov 2014 - Dec 2014
        • Cape Town, South Africa
        • Full Time
        • A Fashion Friend is South Africa’s leading online fashion magazine. The two month internship involved designing layouts for the magazine, assisting at various shoots on location, conceptualising and creating web content as well as producing engaging posts for the brand's Twitter and Facebook.

        Education

        2014

        BA in Creative Brand Communications

        Vega School of Brand Leadership

        Jan 2012 - Dec 2014
        • Cape Town, South Africa
        • This degree combines brand strategy with visual communications, which is made up of graphic design and art direction. Graduated with three student awards - 1st in first and second year and 'Best Design Thinking' in third year.

        Awards

        2014

        3rd Place Overall at Brand Challenge Awards

        Vega School of Brand Leadership

        • In keeping with its core objective of producing graduates that are industry ready, Vega places a significant premium on the annual Brand Challenge. This is a hugely rewarding initiative that mirrors the actual battleground of the industry by having students form their own groups come up with solutions to tackle current business problems. Every year, honours students and second-and third-year degree students form consultancy teams to work on live briefs from industry clients. The process includes having to conduct research and to come up with solutions for real-life 'brand challenges'. Students participating in the Brand Challenge have an opportunity to develop marketing communication solutions for selected brands. The top solutions in each category are actually implemented, and results are fed back to students.

        2014

        • In keeping with its core objective of producing graduates that are industry ready, Vega places a significant premium on the annual Brand Challenge. This is a hugely rewarding initiative that mirrors the actual battleground of the industry by having students form their own groups come up with solutions to tackle current business problems. Every year, honours students and second-and third-year degree students form consultancy teams to work on live briefs from industry clients. The process includes having to conduct research and to come up with solutions for real-life 'brand challenges'. Students participating in the Brand Challenge have an opportunity to develop marketing communication solutions for selected brands. The top solutions in each category are actually implemented, and results are fed back to students.

        2013

        1st in Visual Communications Year 2

        Vega School of Brand Leadership

        • Student award

        2012

        1st in Visual Communications Year 1

        Vega School of Brand Leadership

        • Student award