My creative practice as an Artist, Graphic Designer and Lecturer allows me to continuously investigate the essential nature of visual communication as an interconnected discipline with the core emphasis on the fundamental human values.
I began with a Graphic Design diploma in Lithuania in 1999, followed by Art Direction in Visual Communication at AAA School of Advertising, Johannesburg, South Africa in 2004. After focusing on ideas generation within Saatchi&Saatchi and Publicis placements in South Africa, I worked as a freelance graphic designer since I returned to Europe in 2006. After graduating with a BA (1st) in Graphic Arts in Liverpool John Moores University in 2011 I have now graduated with MA in Visual Communication, Royal College of Art, 2011- 13. With my MA at RCA I dipped into the area of imagined design fictions in search for unplanned and unexpected, to provoke critical response and in order to cultivate a place for creative speculation.
Currently I run my studio and I teach part-time at Richmond, the American International University in London.