I graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1995, then started my career working at Imagination, followed by MetaDesign London.

In 2001 I  joined Cartlidge Levene, a well respected graphic design studio with a reputation for conceptual thinking and finely crafted graphic solutions.

Alongside working at Cartlidge Levene, I enjoy creating small personal projects as an opportunity to explore ideas outside of commercial briefs.

I took up screen-printing a few years ago, and I have printed three limited edition books, please visit my website to take a look, at www.cargocollective.com/melissaprice. Each of the books have led to a range of posters selling through print-process.com, including a series showing M1 junctions, which were recently selected by the V&A Shop to be part of their curated shop for the British Design 1948–2012 show in Spring 2012. 

The subject matter for my personal work is driven by an interest in the potential of graphic design to present information in a beautiful and engaging manner.