For over a decade, unwilling to specialise in one field, I have moved across disciplines and roles within the creative industry, building technical knowledge and working on various projects with teams of all sizes. Design generalist is a good definition if you are looking for one.
Throughout my career, I realised that the best aspect of being a designer is immersing ourselves in different industries and realities and building extensive on-demand knowledge to inform our work. Additionally, these learnings are often relevant in entirely different contexts, a constant build-up – so handy. Love it!
In recent years I have become progressively more interested and involved in design management practices, having had the opportunity to lead a few complex projects (alongside contributing to many others) and experiencing first-hand the relationships and dynamics at play.
Currently based in London, I work full-time as Senior Brand Designer, mainly developing consumer brands & products.
When working, I like to:
- Look at the bigger picture without sacrificing details
- Develop & build ideas/projects/products over time
- Ask questions
What I’m good at:
- Thinking, rethinking, learning and developing
- Looking for patterns, correlations and connection points
- Seek solutions to problems, whether these exist or not
What I love:
My wife, kid and dog. Anything food-related. Typography. The outdoors. Photography. Cycling.