Who am I?
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I am a mid-weight graphic designer from Sao Paulo, living and working in London. I graduated in Marketing and Advertising at Mackenzie University (Sao Paulo, Brazil). I have spent 4 years designing magazines – many of them! Not only do I design magazines, but I am also a multi-disciplined professional, both on print and digital platforms. I have worked on a wide range of materials that helped my clients and employers achieve good results.
I joined Condé Nast to work at the GQ Brazil team in 2013 and worked there for 3 years. Before that, I worked at Editora Abril, the biggest publishing company in Brazil. There, I designed the renowned magazines Runner’s World, Placar, Superinteressante, Veja SP and Info Exame, both in print and digital versions.
My graphic design career started in 2007. Since then, I worked at many advertising agencies and design studios. During this time, I did brochures, posters, website templates, magazines, branding, photo retouching and motion design. Having worked in a variety of materials gave me a good knowledge to work across multiple platforms, in my current work routine.
My very first contact with the printing process was in 1997 at my father’s printing company. That was where it all began for me. I started as a prepress technician (closing PDF files, proofing, imaging printing plates) and afterwards started designing basic materials.
Having a wide knowledge – from the sketch through the printing – I consider myself a professional with enough experience to work in small or big companies. I am a conscientious and reliable person with thirst for professional growth. I am able to take responsibility for any graphic design job while also having the enthusiasm and determination needed to ensure success.