Graphic designer and producer working across Japan and the UK.
Currently Euphemia works for Maggs Bros. Ltd., one of the world’s largest and oldest antiquarian booksellers, where she handles a range of rare books and coordinates events and exhibitions at the firm’s Bloomsbury premises.
As a freelance producer, Euphemia has worked for Royal Museums Greenwich, the London Design Festival, G . F Smith and the Victoria and Albert Museum, among others.
Euphemia has a master’s in History of Design from the Royal College of Art and V&A, where she was awarded the V&A’s Clive Wainwright Memorial Prize. She was awarded the Anthony Gardner Fund by the V&A and the Research Expenses Award by the RCA for her dissertation research into hidden decoration in Japanese men’s dress.
Previously, she studied at the Kingston School of Art, with a study abroad year at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, graduating with first class honours in Graphic Design. She is a recipient of D&AD New Blood and Creative Conscience awards. Euphemia has served as a course development consultant for University of the Arts London and is a visiting lecturer on Kingston School of Art’s Toy Invention Programme.
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