Aleesha Callahan joins the team at Indesign as digital editor.
November 29th, 2017
Bringing together a breadth of experience in design, digital, and publishing, Aleesha Callahan is taking the editorial reins of Indesignlive.
Aleesha started her career as an interior designer having graduated from Queensland University of Technology. Since then, she has honed a passion for all things design and digital.
As part of the Indesign team, Aleesha will be covering design stories online, alongside working with clients as part of Indesign’s C-Gen offering.
Based in Collingwood, Aleesha will be on the lookout for the latest news, workplace and hospitality projects, and interesting creatives to profile.
Architect: Louis Kahn
City: Berlin, followed closely by Montreal
Design movement: Bauhaus
Gadget: Moleskine notebook
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