is a graphic designer, visual storyteller and researcher. she studied graphic design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, from where she graduated in 2018. in her applied work she focuses on typography, publication design and exhibition design complemented with a strong interest in type design. her autonomous work is based on archive research and the (re-)interpretation of the findings in a contemporary context. she studies visual tactics of multi-layered storytelling and the relationship of archiving, curating, staging and truth. her work is characterised by interdisciplinary approaches and experiments of combining graphic and spatial elements to create a narrative.
she presented her work at exhibitions, conferences and festivals like the Chaumont Graphic Design Festival, Chaumont (2015) Declaring Reason, Meermanno Museum, The Hague (2017) KABK Graduation Show, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague(2018). AtypI Tokyo 2019, Miraikan MuseumTokyo (2019) Reviving Type Book Launch, Museum Meermanno, The Hague (2019) Other Ways of Watching Together, MAMA, Rotterdam (2020) she has worked for artists & designers, museums, commercial companies and non-commercial organisations, among which are the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Theater aan het Spui, Museum Het Valkhof. she is currently based in Rotterdam, she works as an independent graphic designer & as a freelance graphic designer for Atelier Roosje Klap.
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