My assignments include for example company logos and branding, static and moving advertising banners for social media, posters, brochures, flyers, rollups and clothing designs. I also design Internet pages with WordPress.

As my main profession, almost 4 years, I work as proposal designer. I have very strong Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop skills. Before my current job, I worked about 10 years in a Marketing & Communications department in one big international company. My main responsibility there was to design our CEO presentations and other materials. Big part of my work there was to innovate new ways to make powerful presentations.

I have over 20 years’ experience of PowerPoint presentation creation. Now days many presentations are also created as videos and with After Effects software. In my earlier job I coordinated and managed large visualization projects with the content owners and the advertising agencies and participated in event look and feel projects.

I have an eye to the high-impact images, even I am not good in photographing. Gladly my husband is!

I work with passion and love to learn new things. I’m open, flexible and solution oriented person who is not afraid of challenges. I do not give up until the customer is happy. My positivism and conscientious way of working are the things where I have gotten lots of good feedback.

One funny project was when I made five “Chicken rider” costumes for the Midnight run -event. My friends had an idea and I found creative way to accomplish this. We got into the national news with these costumes and a photo of us is even in a book “Finland in 50 stories”.

My biggest hero is an American marine biologist and explorer Sylvia Earle. Sylvia is fighting in the front row protecting the ocean and its wildlife. I will definitely try to do my part for the oceans too. Therefore I have started my Ocean Animal blog.

“Look in the mirror, consider your talents, and think about how you might use them to make a difference. Some have artistic skills, others are good with numbers or have a way with words. Everyone has power to make a difference as an individual, or by joining the company of others who share a common goal. The key is in knowing that what you do matters, including doing nothing!”