Jessica Kent

Jessica Kent Creative

Jess is an Art Director and Graphic Designer based in Sydney, Australia. With a career spanding over 10 years, working with a diverse range of clients from small businesses to corporate clients and fashion brands. As an intuitive designer, Jess has a strong ability to visually present clients thought process with results that are strategic and creatively inspiring. Jess is known for her minimal uncomplicated style with a boldness that packs a punch. She brings her passion for design and relaxed nature to every project.

my core skills


Logo Design

Marketing design



Q & A

Whats the best thing to happen to you in your career to date?

I've been lucky enough to work with some like minded people to create unique and effective brands. It's such a great feeling when I see a brand that I have helped launch and be a part of. I am always exceeding expectations with nailing the brief and going the extra mile.

What does a typical work week look like for you?:

I currently work with a few small businesses that I've been lucky enough to be with from start-up. I'm currently looking to expand my portfolio with new and exciting businesses.

Describe your working environment in a few sentences..

I work from my home office in Sydney and have a "Good Fucking Design Advice" poster in front of me to keep things in perspective. I surround myself with indoor plants for daily zen vibes and an essentials playlist on apple iTunes.

What sets you apart from other freelancers in your industry?

I am passionate about creating beautiful brands and marketing executions that are lovingly crafted whilst ensuring my clients are relevant to their audiences.

What are the tools of your trade?

Mac Desktop, Creative Suite, Pinterest and a shed load of cloud storage.

Do you collaborate with others? If yes, how does that works?

Yes, I am lucky enough to have a network of friends in the design industry. It's usually collaborating on ideas and the best way to execute different briefs. Design is something that you never stop learning about so its great to have a network of people to talk through ideas with.

Whats been the biggest freelancing lesson to date?

Numbering invoices correctly and chasing up payments.

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