Annabel Clements has over 20 years experience creating brand identities and communications.
After graduating from Norwich School of Art in 1991 Annabel spent six months freelancing at Pentagram before moving to Atelier Works. Here she spent three years working with clients such as V&A, English Heritage and The National Film & Television School.
She went on to enjoy five years as a senior designer at London’s No. 1 creative design agency The Partners. Some juicy projects for The Royal Mail, Models One, Eagle Star and The River & Rowing Museum led her to gather a series of design awards including a much coveted D&AD yellow pencil.
The next three years saw her freelancing with over twenty of London’s design agencies on a wide spectrum of projects from the re-branding of the British Library, literature and packaging for De Beers to the interior design and signage for the new Salvation Army headquarters.
Annabel has attended workshops on teamwork and project management and has given a lecture for D&AD to students on the colourful world of freelancing. She has also recently enjoyed teaching graphic design at various local schools.