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November 2016

Second lecture for Creative Mornings

Next week is our second lecture with Laura Robertson, art writer, critic and Co-Founder // Editor-in-Chief at thedoublenegative.co.uk. Laura is going to speak about her story, skills and experience, as well she will cover how to communicate your work with clarity and professionalism... Continue Reading →

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Sharon Mossbeck and Michael Borkowsky lecture

Michael Borkowsky and Sharon Mossbeck were our third guest lecturers for Professional Practice; their work is based around Fine Art. They discussed social networking within the creative practice and how using websites such as Facebook and Twitter are extremely beneficial if I were to continue freelance work after University.... Continue Reading →

Print work for Creative Design Practice

This is an endless booklet design that I have created for the "8 things" brief. My source of inspiration is a set of perfume cards that I used for patterns, style, shapes and colours. As well I created a short story,... Continue Reading →

Luca Marzello-Creative Mornings

Today the Creative Mornings group, where I am a co-leader, organised the first lecture for this year with Luca Marzello. The lecture was about the process of a designer with 15 years of experience in user experience, user interface design and creative... Continue Reading →

Ioan Said Lecture

Today in Professional Practice we had a lecture given by Ioan Said. He is a professional photographer and he emphasised his price and his earnings as a self-employed. He is quite pricey but because of his quality work and awards he... Continue Reading →

Guest lecturer: Ian Lowey

Ian Lowey is a publisher, author and editorial designer with a Master Degree in Design and Art direction.  Between 2003 and 2011 he was the co-publisher / editor of the internationally distributed indie arts and culture magazine, Nude. The fascinating fact... Continue Reading →

Review: Camden market

I week ago I visited Camden for the first time and it amazed me from the architecture tho the variety of people walking on the streets. Many of the shops had 3d architecture coming out the walls and they were very colourful... Continue Reading →

Not enough hours in a day.

In a previous post (Here), I talked about the internship in Liverpool and I was disappointed that I would not have enough time for it, but I managed to go for two full days (8.30am-5pm) in the past weeks. The design... Continue Reading →

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