I am a multilingual Design Consultant with a solid postgraduate level education currently based in Hamburg, Germany. My strengths are a versatile range of creative, interpersonal and management skills paired with a good attention to detail.
Seeking design/project management and strategy internships as well as freelance work as of now.
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One of many internal European Commission Logo designs worked on during my internship.
— Project Brief
Early Branding proposal for my Unit. The idea was to freshen up the look, make it look more professional without being too serious. Also, the colours should reflect certain stages within a Project Management Cycle which was already defined.
Together with my colleague we also shot a series of pictures around the department to incorporate into our design to demonstrate and reflect what we do.
— Project Brief
Final outcome of my major project undertaken as part of my Postgraduate course at the LCC in London. It was developed based on the guidelines set in our Project Brief as well as my previously defined research question:
"How can I effectively use elements of Graphic design to present a usually drily presented, historic topic in a more engaging way to enhance its use in education?"
The outcome was a designed and partially self-written editorial piece, geared towards more senior pupils (14-?). With the goal of presenting this seemingly 'boring' topic in a more appealing way, I used a more contemporary design style in combination with expressive images and additional pieces (map, timeline) to create an effective interactive, educational piece.
— More Details
It was printed on Colour Plan Bright White 135gsm
by GF Smith
, featured inlays in Accent Smooth
and was bound by Shepherds, London.
— Supporting Material
Submitted as part of the Book-package. The purpose of map and timeline is to enhance comprehension and interactivity with my book. To ensure consistency both pieces have the same width as my original piece to allow placement below or above the book.
— Exhibition Poster
Used as A2 poster during final Exhibition at College.