Designer and film-maker Marina Willer is the leading creative director at Wolff Olins London. Originally from Brazil, she has been living and working in London for 15 years.
Marina is best known for having designed the now world famous Tate logo, part of brand work which led UK culture to be reimagined in the eyes of the public. Marina was also the leading creative on identities like Southbank Centre, Schaulager, Macmillan Cancer support, Oi (the Braziliant Telecom), Beeline (which is now estimated to be the most valuable brand in Russia) and various international brands.
Among her film projects, she made “Exposed” to introduce Richard Rogers’ exhibition in the Pompidou Centre and Design Museum. Others have been shown at the Cartier Foundation in Paris, ICA in London and won awards such as best short film in Sao Paulo film festival, with the film “Cartas da Mãe.
Marina has been a member of the jury at D&AD 4 times and is an external examiner at the Royal College of Art, having also previously obtained an MA from the College.