You can find me avidly watching a BBC documentary on the life of King Henry VIII or reading about the history of Persian literature with the excitement of a little girl. I am magically drawn to intellectually challenging subjects and all kinds of historical investigations on human nature. As a genuinely visual person I love to imagine poetical spaces that have the potential to establish a meaningful exchange with their visitors. Thus, museums are for me!
When developing projects, I am guided by my curiosity and pleasure to surprise with innovative solutions. The world around me is my field of exploration. I am inspired by people, cities, music, nature and science. In this process enjoyment and a sense of humor are essential.
A friendly, responsible cooperation with my clients means a successful project to me.
This is how I can be of service to you:
Research: analysis of content and briefing; development of content matrix; analysis and selection of images, moods and materials
Concept: development of ideas and visual concepts that narrate the story in an experiential manner for a given environment
Design: translation of concept into a spatial format; sketching and technical drawing; supervision of production and on-site installation
Project management: client interaction, coordination, presentation and communication
Ultra-short bio and working conditions:
. one-woman creative task force based in Zurich, Switzerland
. develops concepts for your exhibitions, museums and visitor centers
. B.S. Environmental design (Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, USA) and M.A.S Design and public space (Elisava, Barcelona, Spain)
. Master of Arts in Philosophy, Gender and Cultural studies from the University of Zurich
. works freelance and project-related for design and architecture studios
. works on projects for individual clients and cultural institutions
. fluent in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish
. passion to create, discover and invent
. extensive professional network in the fields of exhibition and museum design built while working in the USA and Europe