Director and founding partner of Studio Alto, Andrew has over 15 years experience in Australia and the UK. He has worked with a broad spectrum of clients, ranging from grassroots cultural and sustainability organisations to multi-national corporations.
Andrew looks for inspiration outside of design and strives to bring a sense of simplicity, clarity, authenticity and appropriateness to every project.
He believes in working hard, sitting up straight, avoiding cliche, embracing the unexpected and leaving on time.
Over 15 years of designing brands and market communication strategies – Mark is proud to be a founding partner of Studio Alto.
Design thinker and doer. Mark sees every new project as an opportunity to raise the bar. The challenge of taking a BIG idea and giving it laser sharp focus is key.
Outside of work Mark is a proud dad, amateur electric bassist and volunteer firefighter.
Trained as a visual communicator, Eunice has 6 years of experience both in Australia and Singapore. Now working as one of the lead designers at Studio Alto, typography and image-making heavily inform Eunice’s practice.
Eunice believes in the need to constantly evolve and advance one’s skill set, and has done work in animation, illustration and video-production alongside her main discipline of branding and print design.
Fresh-faced and full of ideas, our newest team member Lucy is constantly finding new ways to make a bang in the industry. Born to two artists, Lucy’s interest in art is – quite literally – natural and totally intuitive.
Lucy powers the studio with her communication design prowess, while trying to juggle a busy social life with a passion for the creative arts and indoor foliage.
Lucy uses research to develop strategic ideas and solutions that place user experiences and services at the forefront of solutions.
Konrad Marshall, journalist from the Good Weekend, approached us to guide him on his ‘journey to discover his inner brand’. It turned out to be the cover story. Me Inc: How to turn yourself into a brand
Team Alto’s interview with The Design Kids – a global community of student & graduate Graphic Designers. We chat about design, mirror balls and the importance of going home on time. Read the interview!