Communicator, Strategist, Creative – Libby opted for a portfolio career at 23 in order to to develop a unique set of talents and work to suit her interests. She has consulted both in Australia and internationally in all facets of corporate communications, engaged by Government, business, community and the not-for-profit sector across nearly every area you can think of. She’s worked alongside Prime Ministers, Federal Ministers, famous oracles, community leaders and the people on the street. Libby has also lectured and delivered masterclasses in social media and corporate communications for both business and educational institutions, including the University of Melbourne, and run smaller community-based workshops to support small business. She’s been an agent, publicist, television panellist, a book reviewer, spokeperson, ghostwriter and speechwriter and columnist.
Understanding Aesthetics and Identity, Big and Small Gestures Beautifully Made.
Simple has become complex. Useful has become useless. Quality has become scary. Founding design partner of Chorus Studio with 16 years professional experience in both London and Melbourne.Fell into design thanks to an aircraft engineer father and an outgoing mother.Successfully designed all sorts of things for all sorts of people over the years but still looking for that elusive thing.Thinks that ambiguous toilet signs are the antithesis of good design.Enjoys seeing the world from as many different angles as possible. Winner – Murrays Dept Store (High Wycombe) Lego building competition 1979 and various other notable design related awards. Specialties: Thoughtful design .
Technical Architect, Digital Delivery - Daniel leads all technology architecture and development. An Englishman who calls Melbourne, Australia home, Daniel is an accomplished technical leader and platform architect with extensive experience in defining and developing digital roadmaps, highly technical systems and frameworks, and software platforms. A member of the Linux Foundation, Dan’s career includes time at IBM, RefTech, and others where he has led all facets of technology building and planning.