New Zealand

Emme Jacob

Emme Jacob is a Graphic Designer at Designworks in Auckland, New Zealand.

Emme Jacob brings a breadth of Graphic Design experience to her new position at Designworks, where she started in February of 2018. Emme did a graduate placement at award-winning design studio Rose Design UK, has worked with Bolter Design, DHW Lab, Clanmouse, Eclipse Architecture, as well as experience during her time at Auckland University of Technology.

Emme Jacob is a Graphic Designer at Designworks in Auckland, New Zealand.
Designworks
Auckland, New Zealand

Sophia Bishop

Sophia Bishop is a recently graduated design student from Massey University, where she earned a Bachelors of Design with Honors in Visual Communication Design.  She is a a visual designer with a love of great digital experiences. Sophia creates apps, websites, brand concepts, illustrations and everything in-between. She is most interested in human-centred design and is always looking for collaborative ways to create.

Sophia Bishop
Massey University
Wellington

Genevieve Anderson

Genevieve Anderson is a student at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand.

Genevieve Anderson is passionate about human centered design and typography.

She has worked as an intern at the Wellington City Council, Solity Software ltd., Paper Kite and Graphic Novel Work. In addition she has done many projects as a freelance designer for various clients

Genevieve Anderson is completing her Bachelor of Design (Honors) in Visual Communication and Design in 2017.

Genevieve Anderson is a student at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand
Massey University
Wellington, NZ

Fraser Callaway

Fraser Callaway is Managing Partner at Strategy Creative, a network of studios in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Sydney and Tokyo. He is also co–founder of Refold, makers of flexible, foldable, portable, affordable & 100% recyclable cardboard desks.

Fraser Callaway
Strategy Creative
Wellington, NZ

Pipe Dreaming at FESTA

Merit Award 2017
Pipe Dreaming at FESTA

The Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA) in Christchurch was initiated in 2012 as a way to reimagine a city in flux, finding its feet after its devastating earthquake. FESTA is curated by Te Pūtahi, a non-profit focused on the current rebuild and ongoing renewal of Christchurch. In 2016, FESTA’s headline event was “Lean Means”—a night of installation and celebration framed around exploring sustainability through the reuse of waste materials for creative urban regeneration.

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