Stella is a multidisciplinary designer whose passion lies in creative direction for physical and digital experiences, storytelling and visual communication. Her bachelor’s degree from the University of the Arts in London provided her with a background in spatial, graphic and digital design, and an interest in the transformation of 2D graphics to 3D environments. Stella’s anthropocentric design approach is driven by her interests in perception, sensory activation, embodied experiences and emotions. Her aim is to stimulate discussions, and to engage and interact with her audience through their senses, by designing playful experiences, combining physical with digital environments. Her designs can be unexpected and many times abstract, activating in that way her audiences’ curiosity and imagination. Stella’s past work has explored the future of education based on the activation of human senses; the field of memory loss and amnesia; and the effects of current and upcoming technologies through storytelling and interaction.
Her limitless curiosity to experiment with different media and materials, has been cultivated further since Stella started her masters at the Royal College of Art in 2019. Since then, transforming information into experiences through immersive technologies, interactive installations, and gamification, has been Stella’s motivational force.
Most resent exhibitions
CAA Conference ‘Playin’ it by ear’ - Chicago, 2020
Expanded Museum, ‘An Imaginary City’ – Athens, 2019
‘Playin’ it by ear' - London, 2019: BBC in collaboration with the RCA – An interactive game for BBC employees rising questions and awareness about the future of Voice Technology. Selected to be exhibited in BBC’s headquarters in London.