Kristy Brown profile
Kristy Brown profile
Kristy Brown

Graphic/Spatial Designer

With over 8 years experience in the creative industries, Kristy is a multi-disciplined designer specialising in graphic and spatial design.

Born and bred in Darwin, Kristy took off to the big smoke to complete a Bachelor of Design (Graphics and Environments) at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, which included a 12 month exchange to the US to study at the University of Illinois. After gaining experience in Sydney working across print, digital marketing and window display campaigns for fashion and outdoor brands, including The North Face, Ben Sherman, Speedo and Lacoste, Kristy was lured back to the Territory lifestyle.

Since being employed by Campaign Edge Sprout Kristy has worked across a range of projects, including branding, campaigns, digital design and experiential. Most notably she was responsible for the graphic style of the ‘A Territory Story’ exhibition at Parliament House, and was the lead graphic and spatial designer on the national award-winning exhibition ‘Unruly Days’ at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

Kristy enjoys working collaboratively with clients, believing that a solid brief and understanding of client needs is the key to a successful project.