To see from a strange perspective and design objectively.
- Design Philosophy -
Creativity can often seem random and chaotic, like a wild goose chase. Paige has our own method to this madness - to see from a strange perspective and design objectively. This is how she approaches her projects. Quite literally, she sees from an unusual perspective - our audiences. She imagines wildly, strangely, in unimaginable ways from their perspective before she designs objectively with disciplined eyes. This is how she brings structure to the creative chaos.
Art director | Designer
Paige Lee, who has won some globally-recognised design awards including Cannes Lions, Clio Awards, D&AD Packaging design and One Show. In 2019, she was selected as a 'See It be It' delegate for Spikes Asia - a career acceleration programme for female future leaders. During her 3 yrs in China, she clinched national awards including the 2nd place in Cannes Lions Youth Competition and Bronze LongXi Creative Award. In Korea, she won a special mention LG Health 11th Design Festival Award and 2nd prize in a marketing competition, organised by Eggro Organisation.
DESIGN AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS
With a background in Design Management (M.Des) at Hongik University, and Visual Communication (B.F.A.) at Nanyang Technological University, she uses design research to uncover insights and guide her creative directions. She has been recognised as a Korean government scholar, NTU president research scholar and Brain Korean 21 PLUS research scholar. Find out more about her research-based projects in the 'Books and Stationery' category.
Paige Lee enjoys doing design, creativity and everything fun. She aims to inspire creativity, collaborations and use design to help brands innovate and achieve business objectives.
YOUR CREATIVE MATCH
Having lived in Singapore, Germany, China and South Korea, she is quick at spotting unique local behaviours and capturing cultural nuances. She integrates them into our creative work to make the ideas locally relevant and relatable to our audience. This is why her portfolio showcases a variety of imported items and regional creative work from Singapore, Germany, China and South Korea. Products include beauty products from SK-II, health products from Bausch and Lomb and lifestyle products from Hartmann.
BRANDS & CLIENTS
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