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Ones to watch
Chelsea BA Graphic Design Communication graduates go on to use their skills and talent in a variety of different ways. These range from championing women in the design industry, making a pop video that highlights the darker side of social media, to working for some of the world's top brands.
Here is a selection of our graphic design alumni to follow.
Created by Amber Weaver, FEMME TYPE is a platform celebrating women in the type and typography industry and celebrates over 40 skilled, international women in the industry. FEMME TYPE's mission is to create a valuable stage and platform for designers to showcase their brilliant typographic achievements wrapped up in a wonderful printed format.
Starting her career as a graphic designer, Sophia Ray has since moved into the world of moving image. Early in her career she carved out a strong aesthetic through a mix of live action and animated projects, working with artists such as Lily Allen and 5SOS. This led to her winning an MTV Video Music Award. Sophia quickly progressed into the world of branded content and pop promos, working with artists such as Ella Eyre, Ty Dolla $ign and Amber Mark. Her work is dreamy and playful in nature with dark and surreal undertones. She is represented by Partizan.
Andreas is a multi-disciplinary creative director with a penchant for beautiful typography and lateral thinking. Specialising in branding and advertising, he has worked with some of the world’s leading luxury and fashion brands including Louis Vuitton and British Vogue.
Isabelle + Helen
Isabel Gibson and Helen Chesner met on the Chelsea BA Graphic Design Communication course. The duo have since gone on to set up their own company specialising in installation and spatial design projects. They have designed window campaigns for Hermès and Selfridges, created an interactive installation inspired by the Russian Constructivist design movement for the V&A and worked with the artist collective Assemble to re-create a Brutalist playground at the RIBA gallery.
Find out more about BA Graphic Design Communication at Chelsea.