Profile

After 16 years in the International Design and Exhibition industry; out of which 14 were in England and 2 in Dubai, I returned to Sri Lanka in 2013. With a portfolio brimming with international clients, I’ve worked on projects spanning the globe from North America, across Western Europe, The Middle East, and the Asia Pacific region.

Specializing in Concept Development for BTL and branding, I consider myself a 360-creative thinker for Print, Film, Exhibition & Events, Social Media and Interaction Design with over 20 years of Experience. My portfolio reflects my expansive experience with international clients, demonstrating my effectiveness in liaising between the clients and other consultants to deliver projects on time and on budget. As a passionate Personal and Career Developer, I believe in helping others realize their goals and therefore take time out, to lecture and conduct workshops on Design. My short book on Middle Eastern Cinema is published in the Reference Library at the University of Lincoln, and has attained critical acclaim in the form of The Outstanding Achievement award.

Specialty: Proactively identify and provide innovative solutions to solve problematic briefs. This enables customers to experience both a valued service and an exceptional brand experience. . This enables customers to experience both a valued service and an exceptional brand experience.

Management: I possess extensive experience managing large teams from diverse cultural backgrounds in deadline driven environments. I establish employee career development programmes, lead cross-functional team collaborations, and develop industry outreach opportunities through networking.

Craft: I am proficient in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Premier Pro. My primary weapons of choice are paper and pencil.

Ability: I use a multidisciplinary skillset to be adaptable when facing the challenges with endurance. I am confident to work with short Film, 2D & 3D animation, exhibition and events and social media with an experimental and conceptual edge.