Where I Want To Work

Landor is a global branding agency and another design company I would love to work for. Landor was originally established in the 1940´s by Walter Landor in the Russian Hill area in San Francisco. But, in 1964 Walter Landor bought the retired ferryboat The Klamath and turned it into a moving office. This move made Landor expand their creative disciplines including what is now known as corporate identity. The company eventually outgrow The Klamath, but the ferryboat is still the symbol for the company.

When reading about The Klamath, the development of the company, the work and legacy of Landor, I felt true inspiration and an instant will to be a part of Landor. I believe being a creative at Landor would grace you with opportunities that would propell your career to a skyhigh level. Landor, where do I sign up?

There are moments when you just stumble upon a company website, and within a few seconds you know that this is a company you want to work for. It´s in the immediate emotional response to what you see and read on the screen and how it effects you. It´s never just about the work, it´s about the wholeness. It took me very few seconds to know that I want to work for Sid Lee.

Why? I love Sid Lee´s philosophy of diversity being the key to success. Something I believe in strongly myself after my years in Australia and Latvia. I love that Sid Lee have offices in both Europe and Canada. I love that Sid Lee started as a response to the hardship of being recognised in the industry. I love Sid Lee´s global/multicultural structure. And last but not least, I love Sid Lee´s work. I believe that my creative mindset, international background and conceptual skills would fit in the Sid Lee universe. So, get me onboard Sid Lee!