Amy Haigh

Graphic Designer

Amy joined Nissen Richards Studio in 2015, shortly after graduating with a 1st class honours degree in Graphic Design, BA (Hons) from Camberwell College of Arts in London.

During her studies, Amy worked as a Retoucher at Frisian Ltd, a photographic retouching studio in Hackney specialising in fashion and advertising photography. Prior to this she was involved in computer games development at Sony Computer Entertainment’s London Studio as a UI artist and visual researcher. In addition, Amy has completed various freelance projects within video, illustration and graphic design – including work commissioned by the Swiss Embassy and a collaborative project to design a UAL Camberwell exhibition, which was featured on “It’s Nice That” in mid 2015.

Driven by curiosity, Amy’s interests lie in creating participatory experiences and debates; with many personal projects focusing on biology and human interaction with the natural world.

She has worked on many projects at Nissen Richards Studio including the The Clock Stops at Nostell Priory for the National Trust; and You Say You Want a Revolution? at the V&A and touring.