Creative Lives Podcast — Anna Lomax on making a career out of making things

Posted 04 January 2018

This week we chat to multitalented, London-based creative Anna Lomax. Combining the roles of an creative director, set designer and art director, Anna’s is a job of constant variety, revolving around the art of making things. Creating striking visuals for editorial and commercial clients, she is often responsible for both the concept and production of a project, ranging from designs for events or window displays to set design for photoshoots. She talks us through her path – from a rocky start at university to expanding a network of specialist makers.

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