Freya Umataliev

Graphic Designer

Freya joined Nissen Richards Studio in 2021 and has worked on many projects both nationally and internationally. Projects include: National Portrait Gallery, The Courtauld Galleries, China’s Hidden Century and Land Law at the National Library of Norway. She is currently working on the exhibition design at the John Rylands Library in Manchester, Shoemakers Museum and the National Parks in Iceland.

Combined with her passion for visual communication, she has a heart for travel, languages and history, which has led to her strong interest in the cultural arts sector. Prior to Nissen Richards, Freya worked for design studios specialising in art direction, branding, packaging and editorial design.

During her studies at Falmouth University, Freya received recognition for her typographic interpretation of Dante Alighieri’s ‘The Divine Comedy’ in which she was awarded membership to the International Society of Typographic Designers and was listed D&AD’s One to Watch Designer for her graduate showcase.