Stephane recently joined Wiredcraft as our Creative director. His expertise will help us on branding and all sorts of design-related projects.
I’ve been in China for just under 10 years and worked at big fashion brands in media and retail. Born in Switzerland where I studied graphic design with a major in typography, I have a passion for intelligent design and a high quality standard.
Q: What are the three things you like about Wiredcraft? Or what attracted you to apply here?
A: I love the company’s philosophy of information design: Self-effacing displays intensely committed to rich data.
Q: What’s the most adventurous experience you have had?
A: I took a yoga teacher training at the feet of the sacred Ganga river in Himalaya and jumped in the rushing waters.
Q: If there’s one thing you recommend everyone in the world to do, what would it be?
A: Learn a programming language. It will open your world to new people and opportunities.
Q: What are your hobbies?
A: I love to play and listen to music, I collect books and old rubbish, I am obsessed with typefaces and prone to compulsive hoarding.
Q: Have you travelled anywhere recently?
A: Kerala in India.
Q: Book/movie you’ve read/seen that has inspired you?
A: Ways of Seeing by John Berger, a penguin classic from 1972, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information by Edward Tufte, Lost Techniques of the Old Masters by David Hockney…
Come see me with recommendations of all sorts: I love movies, readings and music and curious about what kind of air inhabits you.