Creative Lives — Shu Han Lee, strategist at 18 Feet & Rising, on the benefits of ‘random’ experience

Posted 17 March 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

Since moving to the UK from Singapore, Shu Han Lee has studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins, worked as a creative director for an organic food wholesaler, written for titles such as Cereal magazine and The New York Times Diner’s Journal, and more recently had a cookbook published on an imprint of Penguin Books. Now adding advertising to the mix, Shu’s newly chosen path has seen her return to school and become an intern for the second time round. Here she discusses the value of diverse experiences, as one of 18 Feet & Rising’s newest team members.

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