|Education||(Australian Academy of Design)(Colombian National University)(Cambridge International Collage )|
Organised, creative, excellent customer service skills, good with people.more...
From the day after I finished my design internship I started working as a process worker.
I'm now trained to make stationery, print, make name lables, heat press between other activities related to the product production and placement related to the brand.
Currently developing accessories and eco-design.
Children products and illustration
Tinyme is a personilised children items brand, during my internship I helped developing the project 'Woodland' for wall stickers and web campaign, the project started from the marketing research to the final product and my role was consistent throughout the whole project.
Assisting the Marketing department with a variety of events and exhibitions at the Clement Meadmore Gallery
Metro trains in 50 years time
I created a 3D collage with illustration mixed media.
My proposal, “Melbourne Atomic”, was my response to the statement 'Bringing Melbourne Together' in the poster competition sponsored by Metro trains, my poster aims to bring Melbourne together by directly involving and reflecting everyone who lives in this city. (in the final version there is a little mirror 4cm diameter)
Because we are all part of the cities movement the mirror acts as a metaphor, signifying the individual’s role in the heartbeat of the city,
The poster represents Melbourne as a giant atom and using typography to include; culture, education, freedom, independence, life, love, harmony, cooperation, work, languages, light, diversity, all transported by a network in which we can go anywhere.
My aim was to create awareness that we are all one; we are million of particles who share the energy of a city in constant motion.