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Aiding with the organisation and management of the quarterly antiques fair at Battersea Evolution – managing stall holders’ requirements and stand plans. Creating complex scale drawings of exhibitor stands and exhibition space as well as working with external fitters and suppliers to ensure that the exhibitors are happy . Managing and updating the website. Photographing the event and managing social media.
Working on print, digital and large scale graphics for the marketing department. Solely managing projects from start to completion, working with internal clients and external suppliers to ensure the projects run smoothly, in budget and on time. Concept creation and artwork for major nationwide marketing campaigns such as Backstreet Breeding campaign that got over 20k supporters. Work included web page design, digital advertising, reports, posters and leaflets. Acting as a brand guardian for the Home by assisting with the development of the new branding guidelines. Brand guardian for the Home, overseeing quality control of all external design including digital assets such as ipad design for Direct Marketing and the Home’s website site development. Other digital assets for the website including banners, buttons and animated GIFs.
Worked in the inhouse design department on marketing material, internal communication, exhibition collateral and large scale graphics. Responsible for the graphics of temporary exhibitions and displays such as the Olympics exhibition ‘Road to 2012’ where I was involved in the design of the exhibition leaflet, captions and panels. I was also involved in the curation and installation of exhibitions and displays working alongside the Galleries curators. Other work has included online material such as web banners and e-flyers/e-invites.
Designed four monthly magazines – Where London, Where Paris, Where Berlin and London Planner. These titles were city guides distributed via luxury hotels and tourist information centres worldwide. Instrumental in the re-design of the London Planner magazine working alongside Visit Britain and London & Partners. Responsible for digital aspects such as e-flyers, GIFs and email signatures. Designed advertorials for clients such as The Southbank Centre and managed the design and production of the quarterly concierge newsletter.
Graphic design specialising in information design
Foundation Diploma specialising in Visual Communication