Graphic Designer established in Berlin. Since 2014, I work as a freelancer between here and Switzerland.
Before, I worked as an Editorial Designer at
Berlin Poche (french-speaking cultural magazine), at
Helvetiq, a swiss start-up specialised in games and educational books, and have also had the privilege to collaborate for a season with the collective
El Fantasma de Heredia in Buenos Aires and to get closer to the frame of mind of independent and engaged Designers (in Human Rights, Feminism, in between others). Before that, I have joined the team of
Piscatello Graphic Design Centre in New York City for an internship after my studies at
I am particularly interested in projects related to culture (arts, local culture), education (especially foreign languages) and in social and engaged initiatives. I am used to work within small and medium-sized companies, young entrepreneurs, associations and municipalities.
Established in Berlin, where I also teach French as a foreign language, I work as a Graphic Designer equally for German and Swiss clients, and I am regularly at free disposal for gatherings in both regions.
I like working with
Rahel Bergerstock and