About Lisa

Lisa David has been a professional designer for over 18 years and has experience in many areas of the design industry.

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With a background which includes several years in retail and merchandising, as well as a degree in art history, she chose to combine her interests and work within the museum exhibition design, publishing, and corporate identity fields, covering a wide range of media and applications in various areas, both nationally and worldwide.

She specializes in applying graphic systems to three-dimensional environments and has the ability to create concepts and brands from scratch or to take existing brands and apply them to new applications. Most importantly, she insures consistent and eye-catching application of branding concepts over all relevant media.

Lisa has a great deal of experience with writing, organizing, conceptualizing, and creating visual hierarchies for a variety of museums and corporations, including the American Museum of Natural History – Rose Center for Earth and Space, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the United States Constitution Museum, the United Nations, Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Visa, and Thames Water.

While working as a Design Director for Landor Associates, besides creating branding concepts for major corporations, she also helped manage a studio of 40 designers, created and managed budgets and implementation schedules for global branding projects, and led several teams on different projects simultaneously, as well as presenting concepts to clients and liaising with producers and vendors.

She has an extensive knowledge of Denmark and Scandinavia, Italy, the UK and the United States, speaks good Danish and Italian and has lived and worked in Italy, New York City, and currently in London, England.