I'm Sebastian and I work as a visual artist and a creative communications & campaign manager.


Photo © Brian Benson: www.bbphoto.me

I'm Sebastian and I specialise in branding and visual communications.

I direct and manage large-scale communications projects and creative campaigns. I develop multi-media content that talks to the general public, policymakers and anyone in-between. I organise large-scale, public events, such as art talks, debates, conferences and exhibitions. I produce digital content, for example for websites and social media, ranging from editorial, graphics and films. I develop print materials ranging from posters and banners to books and annual reports. 

What services do I offer?

  • Branding

  • Art Direction

  • Content Production

  • Project Management

Who are my clients? London-based, I work internationally across creative and corporate sector industries. This includes commercial, public and non-governmental institutions: Afiniti Ltd, AIDES France, Allied Irish Banks, Art360 Foundation, Aspect Consulting, BP, Bridgeman, CEEREAL, Channel 4, Consumer Choices, Google, DACS (Design and Artists Copyright Society), DSM, EWEA (European Wind Energy Association), EuropaBio, FoodDrinkEurope, Intel, Kellogg’s, Marsh UK, Maersk Oil, Mobile Challengers Group, Medela, Network Rail, Nice Agency, Royal Mail, Talisman, Total, Vesuvius.

What's my background? Having studied media in London and politics in Brussels, I began my career managing brand communications across various sectors: corporate, public and non-governmental. At the same time, I have been working as a visual artist and have campaigned for the arts and artists for years. My personal work includes painting, illustration, photography, collage and writing. I recently published my first illustrated children’s book, Yellow Bird, and produced my first play, Lakavu. Check out some of my projects here.

What drives me? I’m passionate about producing visual content that connects and stimulates people. I'm particularly interested in how creative content can drive discussions around sociocultural issues from anything ranging from mental health to environmental issues.