Designer, stage designer, anthropologist by education and passion. A graduate of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at the Adam Mickiewicz University and Design at the School of Form. Convinced of the social role of design, she combines the humanities with design.
Designs, creates, multiplies! She has been involved in stage design for over a dozen years, where she fully combines creativity with innate organization and attention to detail. Well versed in the subject of food design, both in the cultural and design context. Dominika is not afraid of large stage design projects that require panache. She loves working with color, playing with forms and textures. This is clearly reflected in her portfolio, which includes brands such as Lisner, Lubella, Arcyoptima, Poste Historie E-size me, IKEA, Onet or Huawei.
Hungry for challenges, she is currently working on launching a personal brand, where she creates projects that combine function, design and a return to nature in the right proportions.
Dominika dreams of introducing sustainable solutions in the advertising industry.