Discover the interview of Regina Souli, located in Athens, Greece.
How did you become designer ?
From an early age, I’ve always been deeply interested in art, so eventually I studied graphic design. Though, after I got my MA Graphic Design at the London College of Communication, I decided to work as a visual communication designer.
How would you define your vision of design, your style ?
I believe typography and geometrical forms define my design style. I am a multidisciplinary designer and I work with several media such as visual identity, branding, editorial and exhibition design for internationally based clients. The most important part of any project is the research—getting to the subject’s core and the client’s needs. This process guarantees that I will create visuals that significantly represent a specific person, team and service.
For the future, what are your professional projects ?
My plan for the future is to keep working for projects around the world, and expand my practice both physically and culturally.
What do you like the most in your job ?
As a multi-disciplinary designer, I get to work with people from different areas and expertise, and for a large diversity of projects which I find it really exciting and stimulating.