Miki Wong is a designer and graduate of the BA (Hons) Design course at Goldsmiths University of London with First Class Honours. Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Miki has a culturally distinct background and exposure to various cultures and their respective artforms. Her experience studying abroad has additionally played a great part in shaping her motivations and aesthetics as a designer through the influence of British culture alongside her Chinese and Malaysian roots.
Often driven by how design can be used as a medium for influencing social change, Miki constantly searches for challenges to apply her multidisciplinary design knowledge within her current role as a creative in advertising. With a passion for printed matter, a majority of her work is rooted in how graphic design can be used to give a voice to marginalised communities or bring attention to important yet frequently overlooked issues. In spite of this, she still identifies as a creative chameleon and is always open to learning and exploring new areas of design.
When she isn't in front of her computer and tablet, you can usually find her around the city practising her analogue photography, thrift shopping, or fuelling her expensive coffee habit in trendy cafes.