Clarissa San Pedro is a designer whose work and research focuses on graphic and editorial design for print and new media.

Clarissa Haag San Pedro

:: nice to meet you ::

Clarissa San Pedro is a Brazilian designer based in São Paulo where she works as freelance. She has been working for over ten years with graphic and editorial projects across different media. Magazines are her passion and she has been involved with the publishing industry both in Brazil and in the UK as art director, designer and collaborator for lifestyle, culture, sport and business publications such as JungleDrums Magazine, Placar Magazine and in her own design studio. Her work explores visual information, storytelling, navigation and collaboration.

:: Education ::

2012 - MA Communication Design, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UK
2006 - 2007: Post-degree in Graphic Expression, Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil
1997 - 2001: BA in Communication / Major in Advertising, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil

:: Experience ::

2008 to Present: Freelance  Designer, London, UK - São Paulo, Brazil
2011 - Present: Steering Commitee (Design and Technical Team Coordinator) at TEDxCentralSaintMartins, London
2008 - 2010: Designer at JungleDrums Magazine, London
2007: Designer at Placar Magazine, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2003 - 2006: Owner and Art Director of San Pedro Design, Porto Alegre Brazil
2000 - 2002: Designer at Gad’ Design, Porto Alegre, Brazil
1999 - 2000: Web Designer at Procempa, Porto Alegre, Brazil
1999: Volunteer Researcher at Lab. for Electronic Art & Design, Porto Alegre, Brazil

:: Exhibitions, Events and Awards ::

2011: Winner, Show & Tell Student Gallery, the Society of Publication Designers (SPD)
2011: Story Storage Workshop, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UK
2011: Related Unrelated, MA Communication Design Exhibition, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UK
2007: Distinction/33rd Abril Awards of Journalism - Sports Story
2002: Distinction/6th ADG Biennial of Graphic Design