Creative Lives — Writer and events producer Stephanie Hartman: “I knew by my second year that I didn’t want to be an illustrator”

Posted 18 April 2017 Interview by Laura Snoad

Graphic design and illustration graduate Stephanie Hartman has carved a multifaceted career for herself that combines journalism and events production, with no two days the same. She programmes monthly events and an annual conference for magCulture, a platform dedicated to the world’s best print publications, as well as trialling the capital’s most exciting workshops, talks and events for London what’s on bible Time Out. Stephanie works on the Design Museum’s Young Audience programme – a job that started as a voluntary placement – and still finds the time to run Collage Club, a chance for friends and family to get crafty, which she recently expanded for Hastings Illustration Festival.

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