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Communicator, graphic designer, illustrator

I am an experienced communicator with broad experience from the media industry, advertising, and the R&D sector. I have a Master Certificate in Grafic Design. I work mainly with design and marketing communication at a strategic level, but I also move into the landscape for "free expressions" and non-commercial projects for pure professional development.
One of my main interests is that there must be a balance between strategic brand building, creativity, and a focus on quality in the craft aspects of visual communication. I believe that if visual and marketing communication is to work well, it must take into account three considerations: 1 The strategic/analytical. 2 The creative. 3 The craft.
I am a member of Grafill (Norwegian graphic designers and illustrators) and NFFO (Norwegian Non-Fiction Writers Association). I have a master sertificate in graphic design (Mesterbrev i grafiske fag). I got my certificate as a graphic designer while working in the newspaper Adresseavisen. My time at Adresseavisen gave me a strong interest in typography and editorial design.
I studyed fine arts at Kabelvåg art school and I have a master certificate as Graphic designer, I also studyed video production, and supplemented my education by studying the subjects Marketing communication, Mass communication, Project management and Brand management. The training and work with art, filming and video made me very interested in photography, something I still practice.
I have been project manager for several marketing campaigns for NTNU and others. Through NTNU projects I've been named "Marketer of the year" («Årets markedsfører») by Trondheim market association, been awarded diplomas and price in "Strong advertising", and nominated several times for a European Excellence Award.
I also like to write prose. In 2013, my book «Klassisk barbering – med stål mot strupen» (norwegian only) was published by Exlibris Media. I also wrote a five page article on the same topic for the magazine «Aftenposten Historie».




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