I specialise in the design and development of cultural projects for public and commercial clients, creating moving digital media in many forms – single and multiscreen projections, immersive experiences, film, animation and motion graphics. I hope that the variety of my experience, working across tv and film, museum and visitor experiences both large scale and small, helps bring a fresh approach to my work.

EDUCATION

2005   New York University:  MSc Advanced Digital Imaging
1998   New York University: Certificate in New Media and Interactive Design.
1997   Edinburgh University: MA (hons) History/ Art History 
1993   Cumbria College of Art and Design: BTEC National Diploma in Fine Art

WORK

2017 – (Current) Spiral Productions, London
Design Leader
Specialising in the design and development of cultural projects for the public sector I have experience developing ideas and delivering them in a wide range of formats from graphic design to moving digital media, single and multiscreen projections to fully immersive experiences, as well as film and animation.

I’m experienced developing and pitching ideas, building positive working relationships with clients, being hands on as needed, or overseeing the creative process, whilst always inspiring the people I work with, as well as making sure projects are delivered on time and on budget.

Some of our clients have included; Sheikh Abdullah Al Saleem Cultural Centre, Kuwait, Science Museum, London, British Library, National Maritime Museum, National Trust for Scotland, National Horse Racing Museum, Eco Future, Abu Dhabi, RAF Hendon, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, Kensington Palace

2005 – 2016 Stephanie Caw Productions, New York/London
Art Director / Designer / Animator
I built my career working as an art director, designer, motion graphics lead and compositor in post-production and design studios and agencies in New York and London, managingprojects indesign, film, animation, broadcast and interactive media in the commercial, non-profit and museum sectors.

My clients included; English Heritage, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Energy Saving Trust, HBO, Macys, Virgin Media, Amazon Kindle, Discovery Channel, Forum for the Future, Cumberland Hotel, National Library of Scotland, History Channel

2000 – 2003 Atacama Ltd, London
Principle Graphic Designer
Development and production of creative interactive and film projects in the museum sector

Our clients included; The Deep Aquarium, Magna Science Centre, Turner Centre, Millennium Seed Bank, Museum of London, Vickers’ Photographic Archive, Scottish Borders Council, Life Centre Newcastle

98 – 2000 Learning Information Systems, London
Graphic Designer
Design, product development and creation of ‘multimedia’ CD Rom presentations and print packaging