MA Narrative Environments

People / Students / Woo Jin Lee

Woojin Lee is a graphic designer who is specialised in maps, infographics, and illustrations for stories. She loves communication and interaction through graphics, colours, and images as she believes visual materials are amazing methods for better communications. She has been working for a broadcasting company CNN International almost 2 years and currently working as a part-time graphic designer in news design team. Woojin studied Visual communication design at Hanbat National University in South Korea and MA Graphic design at London College of Communication. At LCC, she researched how the colour red could be perceived and interpreted by people in different cultures to understand the function of colour and identify cultural factors that affect meaning of the colour red across cultures. To explore the relationship between story and environment in different cultures and understand public spaces for communities, Woojin is currently studying for an MA Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins.

Discipline: Graphic Design

Year of graduation: 2020