I love creating strong brands and experiences with impact. I believe thoughtful, interactive design can simplify and enrich a user’s life, while also driving better conversions. I’m from Berlin and worked as a digital art director in London since 2008 with brands like Samsung, British Telecom, Virgin Atlantic, Barclays, British Red Cross and more. I also teach Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and User Experience design at London Media Training. I founded Free Range Creatives in 2016, with responsible design and a new freer way of working in mind. I want the work we do here to have a positive effect by enriching peoples lives and helping fair and honest businesses grow.
I was born in Moscow and studied book publishing at the University of Printing Arts. After graduating in 2011, I gained experience in print and publishing studios in the city. Following a move to London in 2011, I worked on advertising campaigns for brands like Levi’s, Converse, Burberry, Hilton, Jaguar & Land Rover, Cartier, Intel etc. and the British Museum. My expertise lies mainly in print but recently I’ve been involved with more digital projects too. For me, Free Range Creatives means working with talented and inspiring people and helping companies find their voice and be heard. I see FreeRange as a unique opportunity to do positive creative work and take on exciting new challenges in a no-stress environment.
I’m a feminist Illustrator raised in Marseille who draws under the name Moule. After studying graphic design in my hometown, I moved to London in 2014. While there I gained experience in branding, print and digital, working in a design studio for brands like Red Valentino and the Doyle Collection to name a few. For me Free Range Creatives means passion led by creation with the support of three strong women who teach one another, encourage one another other and help each other grow. My interests lie in illustration and print techniques like lino cutting, screen printing and riso.
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