Liam Keating
Liam Keating
Graphic Designer - Volvo
Gothenburg , Sweden

About

I am a digital designer based in Gothenburg with a love for illustration and 3D. I am proficient in many areas having worked as both a designer and program manager. I worked at Condé Nast in London for six years as a designer, project manager and finally programme manager of apps and digital platforms. I currently work as a designer for Volvo Group in Sweden.

I have worked with many people over the past 10 years including:

British GQ, Glamour, WIRED, Vanity Fair, Vogue, House & Garden, The World of Interiors, Brides, Condé Nast Johansen's, Condé Nast Traveller, Google, Official Ferrari Magazine, Imbibe, Frieze, Rouleur, Privateer, Guardian Masterclass, Machine Books, Renault, Benfica FC, Microsoft Cloud Services, Chanel, Armani, L'Oréal, Liquid Telecom, Apple, Adobe, Digital Magazine Awards, Michigan State University, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, Salford University, Manchester University and Sheffield Hallam University.

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Skills

Concept ArtConcept DesignIllustrationMotion Graphics3D ModelingHard Surface ModelingGraphic DesignPublic SpeakingVirtual RealitypublishingmagazinesApp Design

Software proficiency

Photoshop
Photoshop
After Effects
After Effects
Premiere
Premiere
InDesign
InDesign
Illustrator
Illustrator
Lightroom
Lightroom
Blender
Blender
SketchUp
SketchUp
Unreal Engine
Unreal Engine
Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro
Thea Render
Thea Render
Sketch
Sketch
Cinema 4D
Cinema 4D
Mudbox
Mudbox
Unity
Unity
Poser
Poser
3ds Max
3ds Max

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Experience

  • Graphic Designer at Volvo Group
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    March 2018 - Present

  • Designer and Illustrator at Robots V Dinosaurs
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    September 2016 - February 2018

  • Digital Programme Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2014 - November 2016

  • Digital Project Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2011 - November 2014

  • Digital Designer at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    February 2011 - November 2011