How did you land the job at Future Corp?
In the summer of 2015 I had just moved to London from Tel Aviv and was a student at Central Saint Martins. I was new to London and its design scene. My friend was invited to a birthday party at the Ace Hotel Shoreditch, so we all went and were introduced to a group of people.
Marc, whose birthday it was, was there with the early Future Corp team and other members of Studio 3 [the co-working space that houses Future Corp]. We started chatting about what we do and I showed them my work on Instagram. The next day I looked at their profiles, got to Marc’s portfolio (formerly marckremers.com) and was so inspired, it was really exciting. I reached out asking if he needed an intern, was interviewed the next day, and started working two days after that.
What do you like about working in London?
I feel like London is an incredible place for creatives, especially because of its working culture, industry standards and rich design and art scenes. I have met so many talented people during my time here, a lot of them through Studio 3.
The museums, galleries and music scene are an indispensable source of inspiration to me. But I wouldn’t like to say being in a particular place is essential for a line of work; I think being aware of today’s cultural movements is what’s important, and London is a good place to be exposed to many different fields and cultures. Having said that, coming from a warm country, I still can’t get used to the weather – even after three years here.