Ashley Brown

Kia ora, Ash is a Visual Communication Designer currently working in-house at Mojo Coffee in Wellington, 
New Zealand.

She specialises in print collateral, editorial design, branding identities, packaging and photography. Ash has a strong passion for social good and meaningful work.

With in-house and freelance experience across diverse industries including hospitality, architecture and policy and research, she has had the opportunity to work with companies such as Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Art Festival, XRB, TEDx Wellington, Wellington Zoo, WOAP & Semi Permanent.




Ashley Brown

Kia ora, Ash is a Visual Communication Designer currently working in-house at Mojo Coffee in Wellington, 
New Zealand.

She specialises in print collateral, editorial design, branding identities, packaging and photography. Ash has a strong passion for social good and meaningful work.


With in-house and freelance experience across diverse industries including hospitality, architecture and policy and research, she has had the opportunity to work with companies such as Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland Art Festival, Tailor Skincare, XRB, TEDx Wellington, Wellington Zoo, WOAP & Semi Permanent.








Mātauranga



2018
In-house at McGuinness Institute
Mātauranga, is a collection of whakataukī – wisdoms, proverbs, poetry and invocations – chosen by each of the 34 workshop participants from McGuinness Institute’s WakaNZ workshop in November 2017. It also includes additional whakataukī chosen by Wendy McGuinness and Gabriel Makhlouf, New Zealand Treasury Secretary and Chief Executive. Mātauranga was a koha for participants, speakers and special guests of the workshop, including The Governor-General, The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy, GNZM, QSO.

Mātauranga won a Gold Medal in the Pride in Print Awards 2018.

‘The Pride In Print Awards have been a pinnacle of recognition for the best in visual print communication products of any given year. … Judging is based on technical excellence in all facets of the production process and allows specialists to make judgements based on the potential and the limits of processes, and the materials and equipment used. Elements of typography and good design are part of this judgement, as is the effective and innovative use of materials.’

Mātauranga was printed by Wakefields Digital in Wellington.









© Ashley Brown 2021
© Ashley Brown 2021