To deliver a message succinctly, memorably and persuasively, you need to keep your emotions under control. Visual communication is no different. We sometimes run the risk of becoming too emotive while solving design tasks; too experimental, too trendy, too decorative. Making masks is my meditative hobby. It allows me to bring to life tons of expressive ideas without consequence. It’s a process of creative experimentation that helps me solve design tasks at work with enhanced focus. It’s an extra-curricular filter that allows me to keep DELIVERING EXCEPTIONAL.
After obtaining BA in Interior Design in 2008, I changed my direction to visual communication, scaling physical sizes of projects to have a better control over their quality. An MA degree officially launched my Graphic Design career in 2012. I have been working with clients from all over the world both as an individual practitioner and as a member of design studios. My recent projects include creative concepts and graphics for V&A Museum exhibitions, FIFA World Cups, World Expo pavilions, perfume manufacturers, trading platforms and many more.< Back