I grew up in Ostrava, and for a long time, I didn’t know what I wanted to do in life. I excelled in technical fields, but I was also drawn to the humanities. At the end of high school, I had a difficult time deciding which direction to take.
2002 – 2008
Eventually, I decided to combine both of my interests and enrolled at Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, where I studied Industrial Design. During my studies, I had the unique opportunity to complete a one-year internship at Fachhochschule Salzburg and actively participate in several international workshops. In addition to my coursework, I also gained valuable experience by working at the Faktum design studio.
2008 – 2011
After graduating, I joined Impact-corti (now CBRE) in Prague, where I served as a graphic designer responsible for the company’s overall visual identity. My responsibilities encompassed the creation of advertising materials, website management, and the development of printed materials. Later, I seized the opportunity to further enhance my skills in interior design. In this capacity, I had the chance to design and bring to life model apartment interiors and frequently played a significant role in crafting exhibition stands for international Expo Real trade fairs in Munich.
I had the opportunity to participate in a year-long expedition through South America in a motorhome with a group of friends. We traveled from Argentina, through Chile along the east coast, and all the way to Colombia. In hindsight, I can say that this trip was absolutely the experience of a lifetime, full of inspiration and challenges. It taught me how to deal with unexpected situations and obstacles, while inspiring me to constantly seek new opportunities and live life to the fullest.
Another significant milestone in my career was when I joined Trigema, where I served as a graphic designer and marketing specialist. I actively contributed to shaping the company’s overall corporate identity, encompassing everything from designing business cards to crafting promotional materials for specific projects. Between 2015 and 2020, I took a maternity leave to care for my two children. During this period, my passion for creativity and design never waned, which led a friend and me to embark on the Artyšok project, which specializes in shop window design and commercial installations.
This year I have decided to make a change and am actively looking for a new job or an interesting opportunity where I can contribute my knowledge and enthusiasm to the success of the team. If you are interested in my skills, like my portfolio and want to join forces to create something together, please do not hesitate to contact me.