Creative Lives — We meet Warriors Studio’s junior designer and student Anthony Cardle

Posted 28 September 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

Now in his final year at Glasgow Caledonian University, digital design student Anthony Cardle recently took up work with Warriors Studio as a junior designer. As one of his very first professional roles, he’s learning the ropes with founders Beth Wilson and James Gilchrist, creating motion-graphics sequences for the studio’s Graphic Design Festival Scotland branding. An avid reader and podcast consumer, Anthony is keen to absorb as much wisdom as he can from those with experience, also citing rejection as an essential part of his journey. Here we find out why he prefers a working day with hiccups along the way, and how being a scout gave him a great teamwork ethic!

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