May 29, 2017

Al Mitchell

Discover the interview of Al Mitchell, located in Guernsey, Channel Islands.

How did you become designer?

I never really wanted to be anything else, at school I always thought I’d be an illustrator but once I start ed art college foundation course it became pretty obvious that graphic design agave me the greatest flexibility to do pretty much anything I wanted to do within design. I then went on to do my degree at Central St Martins and from there into the industry.

How would you define your vision of design, your style?

I would hope that I don’t have any one style as each job requires a unique approach. As far as my “vision” of design I would just say that work needs to be considered and methodical but come from a sense of fun and exploration. Without that it’s just style over substance and won’t resonate with it’s audience.

For the future, what are your professional projects?

Anything and everything.

What do you like the most in your job?

I get to learn a little about what all my clients do, to peek into their lives and what makes them tick which means what I do is ever changing and it never gets boring.

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