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WHAT PLANS DO YOU HAVE FOR YOURSELF IN 2013 AND BEYOND? DO YOU HAVE A DEFINITE ROUTE YOU WOULD LIKE YOUR CAREER TO FOLLOW?

For the past few years I’ve always had a definite route mapped out, which I’ve stuck too. I guess I still have one now but this year its a little less certain which makes it more exciting. I’m hoping to leave London for a while and experience working abroad. Hopefully I can do it with Vice, since they’re global.

WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION TO MOVING AND WANTING TO WORK ABROAD? DO YOU ENJOY WORKING IN LONDON?

I guess the attraction to working abroad appeals because its an amazing opportunity to start a fresh. To challenge yourself in an unfamiliar environment, discovering new things and meeting different people. Don’t get me wrong I love London its great, a real melting pot. But when you’ve lived here for 7 years it begins to loose its sense of excitement.

TALK TO US MORE ABOUT YOUR WORK AT VICE, WHAT IS YOUR WEEKLY PROJECTS AND JOBS WITH THE COMPANY?

My work at Vice is extremely varied in style but always focused within motion design. It completely keeps me on my toes as the turn around is so fast. I’m generally working on 3 different graphics packages a week for Vice.com, these are usually quite lo-fi to fit with the brand. Where as when I’m working on briefs for Vice’s sister ad agency Virtue, the output of the work we produce tends to be more polished, high end graphics. (via Interview Art Director Rebecca Rumble | Design Juices)

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