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I am Alexandra, a Finnish graphic designer and artist, based in London, UK.  

 

As a multidisciplinary designer, focusing on social design and design for good, my work mainly surrounds topics that embrace creativity, community, people coming together, wellbeing or celebrating the beauty and benefits of nature. My main ethos as a designer and artist, is to create positive social change and to bring happiness and beauty into everyday life.

 

With over a year of experience as a freelance designer in the festival industry, problem solving and working under high pressure in fast-paced environments has become my speciality. I work well in a team, as well as independently.

To feed my creativeness, I like to expand my skills, venture into new areas and indulge in many DIY and

self-initiated projects. 

Photographer Jessie Collier  / www.jessie-collier.com

Article 50 / www.connorwilson.design

Work experience

Independent Creative / Freelance 

London, UK / 2017 - present

Graphic Design Intern / MultiAdaptor 

London, UK / 2019

Designer / Mainstage Travel

KALA & Snowboxx music festivals

London, UK / 2017-2018

Graphic Design Intern / Hike. 

London, UK / 2017

Graphic Design Intern / Binomi

London, UK / 2017

 

Graphic Design Intern & Illustrator 

MoYou London / London, UK / 2013

Select clients 

Anjunadeep

KALA 

La Mer

Groove On The Grass

May Project Gardens

Snowboxx

Workshops

HipHop Garden  
Help Refugees UK / Oct 2019 

SÄDE: embracing your inner creativeness / London College of Communication / March, 2019 

Come We Grow: Education festival / Mitcham Library / May Project Gardens / February & May 2019 

Exhibitions

To Death with a Smile / Mumedi / 

Mexico city, Mexico / 2018

XX / Alexandra McCracken & Sara Silvennoinen / Turku, Finland / 2017

MAH x GMD / GMD, LCC / Corsica Studios / London, UK/ 2017

 

In Principle / GMD, LCC /
London, UK / 2016

Awards

Some Awards, Sometapahtuma Finalist / Helsinki, Finland /  2013

Publications

2019 / DigitalArts
2018 / London College of Communication