As graduate graphic designer and art director I have been realizing creative briefs for companies in varied lines of business including healthcare, publishing and retail for more than 20 years.
In my role at infill I will now apply my experience from various sectors and my passion for healthcare – a topic I have always felt strongly about.
I am a junior designer at infill.
One of my favourite photographers and promotional designers is Oliviero Toscani, who created some of the Benetton campaigns. I like his controversial style. I am also inspired by the artist Salvador Dali.
To make things better, to find new solutions, to give feelings and thoughts a visual voice by using my creativity has been part of my life since I was a little girl. I have always loved the creative process because it triggers myriads of endorphins in my body. It’s wonderful that I can lend this gift to my clients and make them happy, too.
Thanks to modern communication technology I can be part of the infill team as a freelancer. Working mostly from my home office, I am able to balance the requirements of work and the demands of my family.
Inspired by Walt Disney, I want to excite clients with my creativity and provide them with creative solutions that exceed their expectations. I approach my projects with enthusiasm and I believe that taking pleasure in your job increases the quality of its outcome.
As an art director and member of the infill team for more than 5 years, I have been responsible for the concept design and artwork of a variety of medical print media materials, interactive multimedia programmes, media booth applications, websites and online communication tools, including web-to-print platforms.
As creative lead, I am part of a team of artwork colleagues, who design customised solutions for individual customer requirements. Among them are: