Design Ventura Shortlisting Panel 2022-23

Posted by Elysia Thorpe on March 07 2023

Design Ventura, Expert, Teacher

Thank you to our participating schools for your submissions! All entries will be carefully reviewed by our shortlisting panel of judges. They will have the difficult task of selecting the shortlisted ideas for Design Ventura 2022-23. You can read more about them below, in alphabetical order:

Clare Moore
Clare is a Chartered Architect, with a wealth of experience delivering projects in public and private sectors of the industry. This is complimented by her extensive experience as an educator at UK Universities. Clare founded C3M Studio in 2009, a London based architectural practice that provides furniture installations, refurbishments, education and residential projects. Her conceptual approach is characterised by pealing back layers to reveal the original character of existing buildings, by utilising appropriate sustainable materials to creatively reuse and enhance original beauty.

Harry Mitchell
Harry co-founded Beta Design Office, a London based multi-disciplinary design consultancy with a core focus on industrial design. An inventor and maker at heart, Harry’s mechanical intuition and love for how things work means he designs products that last. Previously Associate Director at Sebastian Conran Associates, he has worked on a variety of projects from consumer robotics through to furniture, homewares, and custom motorcycles. 

Richard Brownlie-Marshall

Richard is a multidisciplinary designer who has created work for clients such as Pret A Manger, Zizzi and The Archbishop of Canterbury. He is the Head of Creative at Mindful Chef and has an eponymous line of lifestyle products. Richard’s multi-hyphenate career has seen him work with a diverse collection of brands and over an extensive range of mediums, which has no doubt contributed to his unique perspective in design.

Yelizaveta (Liza) Shinkarenko
Lisa is a UX designer working on Client Lifecycle Transformation and Client Facing Portal projects in Desutsche Bank, London. Prior to becoming a UX designer Lisa was working as a Project Manager and as a QA Automation engineer on various projects across the industry, which gave her a well-rounded understanding of the Software Development process and a critical role that an end user plays in it.
Lisa is passionate about the way art, design and science can bridge the gap between humans and machines, with a goal to create a bright and sustainable future.