What I do
I am a visual designer who produces works both in print and on the web.
With a broad approach, I take my ideas from beginning to end, paying attention to legibility, hierarchy, layouts and interaction.
I am intrigued by the evolution of new digital landscapes — how they’re informed by the large print tradition, and vice versa, how print environments are affected by the digital progression.
Who I am
I am a designer at Pentagram in Luke Hayman’s team.
Born in Bogotá, Colombia, I was raised near Lucca, Italy. When I was 16 my family and I moved to the United States. I lived in Miami and later moved to NYC to study Philosophy at New York University.
In 2013, I moved to Milan to pursue a double Master’s in Visual and Web design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD). After graduating, I worked for Italy’s largest financial newspaper, Il Sole 24 Ore. In December 2014, I moved back to what has now become my home, Brooklyn. Prior to joining Pentagram in 2015, I worked with organizations like IL Magazine, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the World Bank, faculty at Harvard Medical School, as well as branding a new film festival in NY, called As iFF.
Typefaces used in this portfolio:
Neutral by Kai Bernau for text
La Fabrique by Colophon foundry for headlines
Website designed and code by A.A. Trabucco-Campos (me), using html5, css3 through sass, bourbon & neat, and dynamic Ajax loading. Written in PHP and served over Kirby CMS.