I am a graphic designer based in London and Vilnius, Lithuania. My work looks at nostalgia, memories, and childhood and how it affects creativity. Being born in Lithuania, I explore how collective memory is and can be seen in today’s context. My work covers many fields ranging from photography, weaving/textile, moving image, web design, coding, and art direction. I practices a research-based process that is based on experimentation with different mediums varying from digital to analog. During my final year in university, I found a strong passion for art direction and project management; organizing events, exhibitions, and environments where a viewer can question what is a role of graphic design.