Alice Moloney spends her days trying to make communication in digital spaces more EXPRESSIVE, MEANINGFUL and FUN.
She's a CREATIVE STRATEGIST at GOOGLE, based in London, where she works on projects that explore how to say more with images when words alone aren't enough.
Throughout her career, Alice has been exploring the ROLE OF ILLUSTRATED IMAGES in contemporary culture and is always seeking out NEW SPACES FOR ILLUSTRATION TO BE EXPERIENCED in. She believes there is huge potential in commissioning illustrators as thinkers, not just image-makers.
Previous to Google, Alice was a Creative at Anyways and freelanced for clients such as IDEO, Nike, BBC, The Sunday Times, Mosaic Science, The Guardian and Tate Britain. She studied at the Royal College of Art and Kingston University, where she loves to go back and teach as a visiting lecturer.