KIERAN
EDWARD WALSH


Graphic Designer + Art Director with
5 years of experience in digital design and communication across technology companies within Healthcare, Finance and Education

Previously Digital Art Editor at WIRED, designing and art directing across the Condé Nast brand - online, video, events and consulting.


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Leeds College Of Art

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Kieran
Edward
Walsh


Graphic Designer + Art Director with 5 years of experience in digital design and communication across technology companies within Healthcare, Finance and Education.`

Previously Digital Art Editor at WIRED, designing and art directing across the Condé Nast brand - online, video, events and consulting.


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