I enjoy simple, beautiful and meaningful things. As a Graphic Designer I help shaping the stories of diverse and passionate people, labels and artists. I’m always looking for opportunities to learn and make an impactful difference.
Back in high school, I realised what I wanted to do in life was to create. I genuinely enjoyed Economics, but felt much more like the creative type. For the past five years I’ve been gathering experience and conquering challenges across various industries. I’m constantly on the lookout for creative ways to have a positive impact on people’s life.
“The day we stop lookin’, Charlie, is the day we die.”
, Scent of a Woman, 1992
Through my various experiences (and sometimes failures), I developed great traits and skills. These will benefit your creative team. And despite some social anxiety, I enjoy working with diverse and passionate professionals. It never occured to me however, that I would someday quote Thomas Kail. “I just don’t want to be around negative energy. (…) I don’t want to be around people that are not kind or people that are not thoughtful. I’m not interested in that at all.” I am looking to learn from my peers. Speaking of which: if you happen to run a letterpress or screen printing shop, please —please— get in touch !
Using a human-centered approach, I will get to know you, your audience and your competitors. Then, we can create a strong, consistent and impactful brand.
Palpable and tangible mediums both create and cultivate a deep and lasting relationship with your audience.
Take the digital leap with a clear online strategy. Outreach half of the world's population through design and usability best practices.
Research and ideation are the cornerstones of a good design. Finishing touches are what will make it stand out.
Recently I have been thinking about what I would like to do —as in the Grand Scheme of Life kind of way— and who would benefit from my work. With this in mind, I am looking for new contacts, friends and organisations to improve people’s lives and this portfolio ; because…
“We can talk about making a difference, we can make a difference, or we can do both.”
More projects , Design Matters
2016 – Present, Lana Allpeak, Belgium (Birkenstock, EMU Australia, Lanaform, Sockwell)
2015, Exotic City, Belgium
2013 – 2014, Chtulhu Event Mgmt., Czechia
2013, [PIAS], Belgium
2013, [PIAS], Belgium
2016 – Present, Belgium
2011 – 2012, Belgium
2018, IDEO / Acumen
2010 – 2013, École Supérieure d’Infographie Albert Jacquard, Belgium
2008 – 2010, Institut Saint‑Luc, Belgium
2003 – 2008, Collège Saint‑Remacle, Belgium
Here are a few things you might want to know about me. They might not be relevant, but could help you draw a more accurate portrait of my humble person.
I am married to a lovely Croatian artist. She is great and talented. Together we adopted Miles. Miles is a chocolate labrador retriever named after Miles Davis. His name happens to be an anagram for “Smile”.
I am currently reading David Jury's Graphic Design Before Graphic Designers (non-fiction) and Jack London's The Call of the Wild, White Fang and Other Stories (fiction).
I am a vegetarian ; I don’t go and rub it in people’s faces. The original reason was my lack of taste for meat, but helping the environment doesn’t hurt, does it ?
I actually enjoy typesetting instruction manuals, I have no clue why… I am credited on some vinyls ; some cool releases include (amongst others) Editors’ Formaldehyde.
After working with rockstars, I lived in Czech Republic for a while ; it was great, then it wasn’t… I speak French, English, some Spanish and a wee bit of Croatian.
Like all designers out there, I enjoy freshly brewed coffee. My other interests include melancholic music, good (and sometimes bad) cinema, LEGO bricks and video-games that don’t go “Pew pew!”
This website is a constant work in progress, some sort of evolving prototype living through ideation. Perfectionism can sometimes be your worst enemy.