As previously mentioned, this carefully considered move will allow me to continue to showcase my commercial portfolio as a professional graphic designer, present client testimonials, celebrate my creative circle — and, in the same space, share and write about other visual work I find inspiring.
Before proceeding further with design project updates, l would like to share some background about myself as a professional graphic designer, more precisely, a visual communicator.
I studied graphic design at the respected Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland (UK; Bachelor’s degree with Honours). Throughout my Graphic Design training, l exhibited my work at high profile locations including Covent Garden in London and the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.
After graduating, I took a position as the in-house graphic designer for the UK’s largest sports retailer, where my design work ranged from print and packaging graphics to sports-wear brands and apparel. One of the highlights I truly enjoyed was to work as the brand designer for one of the top British tennis players.
I moved to Zurich in 2000 and became a founding member of the English language lifestyle magazine CREAM. I remained its Art Director until 2005, when I launched Seaglass, my own design studio, where I continue to enjoy creating, developing and visually translating ideas…