Creative Lives — Amelia Leuzzi, designer at DesignStudio, on thinking big and having fun

Posted 09 May 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

Amelia Leuzzi launched herself into the unknown when she made the move from Melbourne to London in 2015. Quitting a job she loved and packing up life as she knew it, she reached out to her favourite studios in the big smoke, meeting everyone she could. After a short stint “panicking” and working in a bakery, Amelia landed a dream position as a designer at branding and digital agency DesignStudio, where she thrives on collaboration – whether that be working with the client, internal teams, or alongside animators, illustrators or editors. Spontaneity and flexibility are both essential to her work, alongside a little bit of “nonsense” – all great training for her future ambitions of becoming a sitcom-writing stand-up comedian...

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