I was born in the revolutionary Bastille area in Paris.
I start speaking Russian with my mother and French with my father.
I start ballet.
The only “sport” I tolerate, as I find some aesthetic satisfaction in it.
I dream of becoming a comics artist.
I enter “prépa” (preparation for The French “Ivy League”) at Lycée Henri IV, and major in sociology, keen to understand society.
I am accepted into ESSEC Business School. I dedicate this year to photography, shooting anything and everything from fashion show to landscape of the Sahara and the North Pole.
I begin a job in sales trading in New York.
The City of London
I continue working on the trading floor. I find it interesting.
However I’m neither happy nor unhappy, just…
something is missing.
I used to dream of the job I would do when I grew up. Suddenly I woke up and realised I had grown up, and would continue to grow. But now my life was predictable and comfortable, lacking passion.
I decide to take the plunge and apply for design schools.
I am accepted in digital design at Gobelins, School of Image in Paris. I am thrilled.
I spend a week at Ledouze Creative Agency in Paris. The best work experience of my life. People are great, as creative professionals and as individuals. It confirms my desire to pursue a career in graphic design.
I resign from my sales trading job.
My new life begins.
It’s my last day at Winona eSolutions, where I just spent 4 beautiful months working on creative digital projects for fashion and charity clients.
I am offered a full time position.
I start another year in Graphic Design studies at Central Saint Martins.
Such an inspiring atmosphere!
I graduate in Digital Design from Gobelins.
School is over. I am still breathing the creative air of Central Saint Martins. Back to business. I go back to Winona eSolutions as an Art Director.
My dream is coming true!
Listening… Observing… Analysing customer data… Breaking boundaries… Taking risks…
I’m inspired by UX design principles and develop a method that helps me solve visual design problems efficiently without compromising on creativity.
I leave 4MAT and the world of digital recruitment, and now dedicate my time at helping startups to take their brands to the next level.
I have mastered my craft, and applied my talent to service a broad range of high-profile clients. I feel confident enough to start my own business.
Beau Brummell Studio is born.
I join the London based digital agency 4MAT Design where I take on the challenge of making recruitment websites and brands more engaging and connected to their audience. It’s a great opportunity to apply my process to clients of a larger scale such as Vodafone and Mitchells & Butlers. Beautiful personalities. Inspiring projects. We receive outstanding client feedbacks, hit our target to reduce the design amend time, and win pitches & awards.